Please join us for our weekly dinner, fellowship and programs each Wednesday night during the school year. This is an opportunity for people of all ages to gather mid-week for a meal from Gullett’s Gourmet and participate in Bible Study, fellowship or special topical presentations.
|5:30-6:00||Dinner ($6-ages 13 and up; $4-ages 4-12; $3 for peanut butter; under 3, no charge)|
|6:00-6:45||Main program in Fellowship Hall, unless noted|
|6:00-6:30||K-4th grade choir - Children's Choir led by Amy Locke in lower Knox music room|
| ||Program for youth - 5th grade and up in Lower Witherspoon, occasionally participate in program in Fellowship Hall|
|6:30-7:00||5th grade and up Youth Ensemble led by Amy Locke in lower Knox music room—all interested youth are welcome.|
| ||"Kid's Connection" Program in the Library for K-4th grade while Fellowship Hall program continues.|
|6:00-7:00||Chancel Bells in Sanctuary|
|7:00-8:30||Chancel Choir in choir room, behind Sanctuary|
All are encouraged to bring table settings: plate, cup, utensils each week.
Taking reservations lets us be sure to have enough food for all. Call the church office at 442-4411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
by Monday at noon to make a reservation for the current week, or make a standing reservation so we can always expect you unless we
hear otherwise. There are forms to place your reservation in the church narthex, too. Let us know, when you make your reservation,
how many adults (13 and over), children 4-12, pb&j option and children 3 and under you will be bringing.
Wonderful Wednesday, Spring 2013
Music Program: presented by our own choirs, ensembles, and soloists
Meal: Meatloaf, baby baker potatoes and fruit salad
Program: Music with Effron White
Meal: Sour cream enchiladas, black beans and garden salad
Program: Presentation on the Orphan Train
Meal : Hawaiian Chicken, rice and Asian slaw
Program: Immigration Issues with guest Elizabeth King in the Sanctuary
Meal: Lasagna, salad, garlic bread
End of the year barbeque picnic at church—picnic tables behind Witherspoon building, on the southwest side of the church grounds.