Updated: Jul 2
Every day the world around us is changing; events here and abroad, new viruses, food, and gas prices to name a few. The list is long and affects many of us, but nothing, when placed against the hurdles facing those living lives less fortunate than most each-and-every day.
Our mission remains a simple one: To provide food and nourishment to the bodies and souls of the men, women, and children of the Northern Kentucky / Cincinnati area. The realization of this mission is anything but.
While food is certainly vital to existence, we believe a greater source of suffering is found in the three plagues of loneliness, helplessness, and boredom. We combat these by providing an atmosphere of relaxation and community, where our diners can enjoy a delicious meal and find respite from their harsh daily lives. We are blessed to provide this small bit of relief.
As with most blessings, responsibilities attach, and Hosea House is no exception, as we are accountable to our diners, volunteers and those who otherwise support our mission. So, as the world continues to change, basic human needs do not, and we remain committed to meeting these head-on.
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