Click below if you are in need of dinner being delivered to you on Christmas day.

Click below if you would like to help with the preparation or delivery of these meals.  
Volunteers from Reconciliation House will again deliver Christmas dinners and cheer to homes on Christmas day. Reconciliation House invites individuals, churches, businesses, and other groups who would like to contribute to this mission to donate canned goods, breads, desserts, meats, drinks, utensils, napkins, and compartment hinged lid containers. Cash donations to purchase items for the meals are tax deductible.

Reconciliation House welcomes volunteers On  Dec. 23, to help prepare the meats and sides. Those  who know the Monroe county area to map out (dispatch) routes for delivery, to plate up the food and clean up kitchen on Tuesday, Dec. 24, from 11am to 6pm and drivers who are willing to give up some of their holiday to deliver on Christmas morning 8am til noon.

To volunteer, donate, or for more information, contact Angela Johnson at Reconciliation House Inc., 478-293-6174 office 478-787-4215 cell, or email at or visit the Reconciliation House page on Facebook.


On December 25, 2014 Reconciliation House will host its 11th annual Community Care Christmas dinner delivery. Our Dinner last year was very successful and we expect this year’s dinner to be even more successful. Our purpose in planning this dinner is to provide those in our community with the blessing of a hot meal and a visit on the holiday that is known for sharing and caring. We are planning a traditional menu and a small token gift. We are expecting to past our total of 275 meals from last year.


Some comments from last year participants:


Some of our volunteers have said how they are brought to tears by the gratitude of those receiving the meal their kindness and appreciation of such a caring thought when they thought now one cared.


Volunteers have said they have gained a family project of visiting those whom they delivered meals. To visit them throughout the year and help them with projects that need doing from yard work to minor repairs and just a little companionship. This was one of the greatest things we could have ever done for Jesus and our family.


Volunteer never knew there was some much need in our community thanks for the opportunity to serve my neighbor.


The recipients have gotten up and got dressed decided they would go out to church or just for a walk that the thoughtfulness of others brought joy to what would have been a sad lonely day.