Canice’s Kitchen is a place where:

  • Everyone is welcome
  • Everyone is treated equally
  • Drugs and Alcohol are not allowed
  • You can have some peace and quiet
  • You can ask questions about Jesus
  • No one is allowed to be abusive or abused
  • We want to get to know you and care about what you have to say

 

The Governor General visits Canice Kitchen and speaks with the guests

The Governor General visits Canice Kitchen and speaks with the guests

Canice Kitchen is under this building on the corner next to St Canice's Church. Entrance from Roslyn Gardens

Canice Kitchen is under this building on the corner next to St Canice’s Church. Entrance from Roslyn Gardens

 

Volunteers – Canice’s Kitchen

Canice’s Kitchen is a gathering place for street people. They are the heartbeat of our parish. The kitchen is open every day for lunch from 11- 1pm. We rely entirely on our wonderful donors and our volunteers who come from all over Sydney.

Volunteers begin work around 8.30am and finish around 1.30pm. If you would like to be included on a regular roster please contact Lynelle at the parish office on ph 9358 5229 or email [email protected]

The kitchen is also open every Wednesday night from 7pm until 8pm for the Inside Out Organic Soup Kitchen. For more information on IOOSK please click here to open link to Facebook page.

 

 

We ‘Salute’ our volunteers in this video:

We are proud of the countless volunteers who give so generously of their time and selves to keep our doors open and put meals on the table.

 

Philosophy of St Canice’s Community:

The heart of our work at St. Canice’s is to reach out to one another without judgment, without condemnation.  Every person is of absolute value and dignity.  Not to reach out to the most rejected, the most despised, the most condemned would strike at the heart of our community and we would wither.

The health and vitality of our community at St. Canice’s is directly in proportion to the degree that we reach out to those who are on the outside.  We cannot allow the community to die by shutting out the one who seeks refuge with us, who seeks companionship, who seeks food, hospitality, conversation.

The crew of typical smiling volunteers prepare lunch

The crew of typical smiling volunteers prepare lunch

Christmas Celebration at Canice Kitchen

Christmas Celebration at Canice Kitchen

 

 

There is a new webpage for St Canice’s Kitchen.

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