UP to 12 people a week are being invited to receive a free hot lunch and dessert at the Holy Trinity Hastings Anglican Church hall.
Now that lockdown has ended the meals, dubbed Trinity Tucker, are being served between 12-1pm every Tuesday, with the doors opening at 11.30am. No bookings are necessary.
The service was paused in early August after opening in May, with the church paying for the meals with the help of donations from local businesses.
Volunteers from the church will prepare the food for those doing it tough, in need, or just lonely and wanting to meet new friends.
“Church Warden Sandra Gould, the Reverend Tim Anderson, and myself saw the need for a safe and friendly place for the community to share a free meal,” church organiser Robbie Boer said.
“Western Port Community Support Centre also encourages its clients to come over.”