Members of the community are welcome to attend a dinner from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. April 24 at St. Michael's Parish.
The thought behind the dinners is to bring people together in the community for a free meal.
''Maybe this will help some families that can use the warm meal, and maybe this would be a way for people in the community to stop out and visit with others,'' said Kim Moff, of Berlin Center, who has helped plan the dinners.
Pete Rich had been thinking about starting this project for a while and got the idea from St. Charles in Boardman. The dinners will be held every other month, opposite of St. Charles. The first dinner was held Feb. 27 and had about 50 in attendance.
The project is made possible with the help of Rulli Bros. generous donations, and to sweeten the dinners, Dairy Queen in Canfield supplied ice cream for dessert. Everything for the dinner is either donated or sponsored.
''Community dinners encourage community involvement, and a way to reach out to those that might need a service at the church,'' Moff said.
She said residents should mark it on the calendars and come out for a time of community fellowship.