Lexington’s Meals-on-Wheels Program

Meals on Wheels is a unique humanitarian program inspired by the desire to help solve the problems of elderly and handicapped people who are shut-ins.  Many people are able to live more independently in their homes with just a little help, such as by having nutritious meals delivered to them.  Shopping and cooking no longer present problems.

Meal deliverers

Volunteer Meal Deliverers

Community volunteers are the backbone of the program.  They pack and deliver the meals.  Their friendly visits furnish daily outside contact.   Meals are prepared and delivered from three sponsoring churches:  Second Presbyterian, Trinity Baptist, and Trinity Hill United Methodist.  Volunteers from many other churches and groups assist with meal delivery including Christ the King, Kiwanis, St. Raphael, Christ Church Cathedral, Good Shepherd, Maxwell Street Presbyterian, Faith Fellowship, and Meadowthorpe Presbyterian.

Service consists of three meals a day, a hot meal and a bag of cold foods, delivered Monday through Friday (including holidays) between the hours of 11 am and 1 pm.   There is a modest charge for the service.

Meals on Wheels needs reliable people that want to share a smile and a friendly face with our homebound clients.  You can volunteer one or more days a week or a couple of days a month.    Ask a family member or friend to share this rewarding experience with you!

Meals on Wheels programs exist across the nation. The Meals On Wheels Association of America is a national organization composed of about 5,000 community-based Senior Nutrition Programs in all 50 states that provide over one million meals to seniors who need them each day.


Meals on Wheels of Lexington, Inc.
Trinity Baptist Church
1675 Strader Dr.
Lexington, KY 40505

Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30-1:00

A Non-Profit Organization
Established in October 1969