11 Jun, 2015
Muslims and Jews in the United Kingdom have teamed up to work toward a common goal — eradicating hunger in their city of Nottingham. The Salaam Shalom Kitchen, or SaSh, is a project of the Nottingham Liberal Synagogue and Himmah, an Islamic social justice group.
Members of the two worship centers are joining forces on Wednesdays to serve meals to the city’s needy. The pop-up kitchen runs out of The Bridge Centre, a community center located in the basement of the Boulevard United Reformed Church in Hyson Green. It’s a free community cafe open to anyone in need of a hot meal or a good conversation, and both adults and children volunteer there.