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 SOUL FOOD: THE NOURISHING POWER OF MUSIC

Soul Food was a benefit concert in November 2014 for Community Lunch on Capitol Hill produced by Tim Coghill, a member of All Pilgrims Christian Church.

Community Lunch on Capitol Hill, the sole beneficiary of the event, operates on a limited budget and serves hot meals to approximately 125 individuals on Thursday evenings at APCC. Additionally, CLCH also serves 250–300 lunch meals twice weekly (Tuesday and Friday lunches) at Central Lutheran Church. In 2013, 40,000 meals were served to members of the Capitol Hill and broader Seattle communities.

The vision for this event was rooted in the belief that music and words provide individuals with the spiritual nourishment and inspiration required to continue moving forward when faced with adversity. The concert featured performers and the music or spoken word pieces that gave them strength.