About US

Breaking Bread Kitchen started in the early 90's with a bread truck and a man with a vision.  Robert Dorn wanted to feed the hungry and felt called to the hard working men in the oil field.  He bought an old bread truck, painted it like a cow and Church on Wheels was born.  As his ministry grew several men in the community noticed and wanted to help.  They rented a space in a church and began a nightly meal. 

 The Abel Hanger foundation noticed the nightly soup kitchen and wanted to see it become a permanent fixture in Midland.  With seed money from the foundation the location on Florida Ave was purchased and remodeled. Breaking Bread Kitchen finally had a permanent home.

 We serve dinner Monday - Friday from 5:30-6:30.  We serve an average of 150 people a night.  We serve the homeless, working poor, elderly, single parents and their children.  There are no qualifications or forms to fill out.  If you are hungry we will feed you!!