One World Everybody Eats
We follow the OWEE model of “Pay-What-You-Can” cafes. This is an organization of cafes throughout the United States. Click their logo below to find out more.
Twin Cities Food Justice
Every week we get a delivery of fresh food freshly rescued by TCFJ! Here’s a little about them:
TC Food Justice works with co-ops, grocery stores, and farmers markets to re-distribute their unsalable foods to local hunger relief organizations. We focus on vegetables, fruits, and nutrient rich breads because hunger relief organizations often find it challenging to consistently provide fresh food options for their clients. We seek to improve food insecure individuals’ access to fresh, nutritious food. Click the link below to learn more:
Brake Bread generously donates bulk flour for us to use in all of our gluten-full homemade baked goods! They are an award-winning local bakery that has big heart for the local community and delicious sourdough bread (and try the Cardamom Spinners- SO GOOD.)
Christ on Capitol Hill
Christ on Capitol Hill has been a supportive partner in helping Shobi’s Table grow, re-imagine and make possible a new way of doing ministry alongside our neighbors, as well as where we find our home-base in their newly remodeled commercial kitchen.
Faith Lutheran Church
Faith Lutheran (499 Charles Ave, St Paul, MN) offers Shobi’s Table their parking lot every Thursday (Spring – Fall) so we can serve lunch out of the food truck. They also house Recovery Cafe Frogtown.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church in the Midway
Bethlehem (436 N Roy St, St Paul, MN) offers us their parking lot (Spring-Fall) for our Friday lunch service. They also host Open Hands Midway which serves free lunch Mondays and Wednesdays, and have been home to an amazing community aid center that opened in the wake of George Floyd’s murder.
Allianz Field (Minnesota United soccer team home field) has generously let us park in their Parking Lot C on Fridays since 2022.
Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church
Gustavus Adolphus has been an integral partner in supporting Shobi’s Table over many years through sharing space and offering incredible hospitality.
St Paul Area Synod
Shobi’s Table is a Mission Development site of the St Paul Area Synod, a collection of 107 congregations and new mission starts. They helped start the original ministry of Shobi’s Table, “The Food Truck Church” in 2011, and have supported us as we became the Pay-As-You-Can Cafe in 2018. We are glad to be a part of their Mission Development community!