The Night Ministry

St. Teresa has teamed up with The Night Ministry to feed and serve the homeless in our city.  On two nights each month, volunteers from St. Teresa’s will come together to prepare a hot meal, and then go out to where the homeless are most in need, and serve them.

We invite you to join us in serving a hot meal to the homeless with The Night Ministry. You can sign up to help in these ways:

  1. Cook a meal with fellow parishioners here at St. Teresa’s
  2. Serve the meal directly to the homeless alongside the Night Ministry Health Outreach Bus
  3. Contribute to the meal by baking chocolate chip cookies at home and delivering to St. Teresa’s

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Read about Jose Cervantes’ journey with the Night Ministry


About The Night Ministry

The Night Ministry brings life-saving services to people struggling to survive on the nighttime streets of Chicago. The Night Ministry operates a 38-foot Health Outreach Bus that goes out five nights a week, all year round, to underserved neighborhoods of Chicago, providing medical care, HIV testing, counseling, spiritual companionship to the homeless. The Night Ministry relies solely on volunteer groups to provide meals to the hungry.