Students attending a summer program sponsored by the Bridgeport Rescue Mission will be eating breakfast and lunch this week courtesy of the Wilton Congregational Church. Nine volunteers were at the church\u2019s Pilgrim Hall on Ridgefield Road Monday morning, June 25, putting together 230 ham and cheese sandwiches that were packed in brown paper bags with an apple, a bag of chips, a drink, and condiments. The bags were sealed with a sticker that said \u201cHave a Blessed Day\u201d with the name of the church. Later that morning they were delivered to a school at 20 West Street in South Norwalk, where the driver then takes them to five other schools in the program. The volunteers will return Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to make fresh sandwiches for the rest of the week. No sandwiches are needed on Friday because the students go on a field trip. The children participating in the program get a free lunch during the school year, but there is no free lunch program during the summer, the church\u2019s Giff Broderick told The Bulletin on Monday. \u201cThe mission asks organizations to help with the program,\u201d he said, and the Congregational Church has been doing so for at least the last six years. The church also pays the cost of breakfast for the children. The church is first up for the eight-week schedule, and other organizations will follow. \u201cOther organizations may make a week\u2019s sandwiches on Sunday and deliver them all at once,\u201d he said, \u201cbut we like to make them each morning so they\u2019re fresh.\u201d Monday and Wednesday are ham and cheese days while Tuesday and Thursday bring turkey and cheese. Normally, Broderick said, children would be among the volunteers who are all church members, but the extended school year meant they were all in class through Wednesday.