Celebrate Outreach’s Upcoming Events:
EVERY Friday 6:00 p.m. – Dinner meal served at Unitarian Universalist Church of St. Petersburg, 100 Mirror Lake Dr.N, St. Petersburg. Volunteers are needed to bring food to share, serve, clean and connect with our friends. You can contact Sabina if you need more details. (973) 768-3256
EVERY Saturday 8:30 a.m. – Breakfast meal served; location varies Contact Alanna for further information. (954) 227-2068
EVERY second Saturday 9:30 a.m. . (unless otherwise posted) – the CO! Board of Directors meets; all members are welcome to attend. Contact Reggie for further information. (727) 631-1031
Drag Queen Bingo – Drag Queen Bingo, which supports Celebrate Outreach’s Saturday Morning Breakfast, is Tuesday, February 4.
If you have joined Celebrate Outreach for our fabulous Drag Queen Bingo, all we have to say is this: it’s baaaaaack…
If you haven’t joined us, expect big boffo laughs, prizes, double entendres, triple entendres, great food and drink, and lots and lots of outrageous fun. The bingo benefits Celebrate Outreach’s Saturday Morning Breakfast, which each week serves over 75 people who are living without housing.
Invite your families, friends, co-workers, church congregations, clubs, and groups. Please reserve early at (727) 201-4712 and encourage the people you invite to do the same
Check out the flyer here.
Thanksgiving Day meal – November 28 Location and Time TBD Contact GW for further information. (727)-424-1088
Still no Room in the Inn – Celebrate Outreach presents “Still No Room in the Inn,” our 30th annual Christmas caroling for people experiencing homelessness, beginning at 6:30 PM on Friday, December 6th at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 100 Mirror Lake Drive in St. Petersburg 33701 (map). Carolers will carol at homeless shelters, the St. Petersburg Shuffleboard Courts, and other spots in downtown St. Petersburg. The caroling will end at 9:00 PM with cookies and hot chocolate. Many people make this joyous event an annual part of their holiday season.
“Still No Room in the Inn” takes its name from the Christmas story. Jesus of Nazareth was born as a homeless refugee and was placed in an animal’s feeding trough because there was “no room in the inn” for him and his family. The caroling is a reminder that two thousand years after the first Christmas there is “still no room in the inn” for many people in St. Petersburg.
People of all ages, professions, economic conditions, beliefs, and singing abilities carol together, united by their support of decent housing for all. For more information: (727) 894-2832 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Service
December 18, 2020. Time 4PM Williams Park Bandshell – 320 2 Ave N. Petersburg.
Annual Christmas Dinners
Location and Time TBD
Contact GW for further information. (727)-424-1088