The Mustard Seed Project (MSP) is an outreach service of Trinity Church and provides warm food, clothing and comfort to homeless people of Dublin seven nights each week.
The MSP teams are comprised entirely of volunteers are easily recognizable by their red jackets and their Soup Run van as they work their routes and meet regulars who are usually appreciative of a chat and some warm food & drink
"The aim of the Soup Run is to meet people who are living on the streets, talk with them, offer noodles and soup and in doing so to show them Jesus and His love and care. As the opportunity arises, to pray with people and share Jesus with them in words."
We provide hot nutritious food, warm clothing and friendly conversation where is is needed. We offer the homeless community of Dublin compassion, respect and comfort, free of judgement. Our service is made up entirely of volunteers and all donations, in their entirely, are spent on food, clothing and keeping our mobile soup run van "Faith" up and running.
Since 2006, our volunteers have provided hot food, clothing and conversation to the homeless living on the streets of Dublin every Monday night. In 2016, we were donated a catering van allowing us to extend our service to the outer reaches of the city, provide other soup runs with supplies, and thanks to our amazing volunteers, we operate 7 nights each week, 52 weeks of the year.
Your donation, no matter the amount, is spent entirely on food, clothing, sleeping bags, the mobile soup run van and it's running costs and other essentials needed by the homeless community. All our volunteers give their time, energy, enthusiasm and dedication free of charge.