Coffee shop tunes: the Pourhouse Cafe, located on Kirkwood, is a non-profit ran by Sherwood Oaks Christian Church. Members of the church collected funds in 2007, and in 2008 the Pour House became to be.
Running the front of the House, Krystal Jones talks to the customer about the items available. She enjoys working here and likes to meet all of the customers who come in.
Behind the scenes: Max Leetz makes a coffee for a customer. Max has only worked here for about a month, but already loves working there.
Hard at work, Max Leetz starts to make a customers drink. Max enjoys the work environment and likes meeting all the people who walk into the Pour House. He feels like this place is very respectable.
Making the drink, Max Leetz starts to make the drink a customer ordered. He enjoys talking to the customers who come in and making their drinks.
Pouring together the drink, Max Leetz gets ready to finish off the order.
Waiting for the order, this sign sits here for people to know where to wait. All of the tips the Pourhouse Cafe makes is donated to charity. Their mission leader decides where the tips will be donated for the month.
Scrolling through this photos, Ali Alsmadi procrastinates on studying. Ali moved from Florida to attend IU to study Spanish. Ali found the Pour House because he likes to travel around town and look for cool spots to hang out and study.
Behind the windows is a wonderful place called the Pourhouse Cafe. The tips they collect go to any profit the mission leader decides for the month. It first started to help the neighborhood, but then spread on to the rest of the world.