The Harriet Tubman Foot Clinic provides a unique form of hospitality, the washing of feet. Every Wednesday night at The Open Door Community volunteers care to the feet of the homeless. The foot clinic takes place in one dynamic room of 910 Ponce De Leon Ave. Only minutes before the Foot Clinic begins, homeless friends and volunteers share in a meal and devotion. As soon as the meal is over the room is transformed, but the community remains. Both the breaking of bread and the washing of feet are distinct expressions of hospitality that capture the essence of the Open Door Community. The people and atmosphere of the Harriet Tubman Foot Clinic define what it is: a place of community, fellowship, and true hospitality.