Wonderful Wednesdays

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.

Weekly Schedule

  • 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
  • 6:00-7:00
    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.

Reservations

Taking reservations lets us be sure to have enough food for all. Call the church office at 442-4411 or email wwreserve@fupcfay.org by Tuesday 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 2015

Feb. 4:    Program: “Immigration and the President’s Initiatives”  Meal: Chili & cornbread

Feb. 1:    Program: Viewing of movie: “No Sanctuary: Big Business and Family Detention Meal: Sour cream enchiladas, brown beans, chips/salsa

Feb. 17:  Shrove Tuesday Meal and Celebration—Join your church family for  pancakes, sausage, hashbrown casserole and fruit. Enjoy fun with the annual pancake races and the Shrove Tuesday band.

Feb. 18:   Ash Wednesday NO MEAL; Worship at 6pm in Sanctuary

Feb. 25:   Program: Solar Energy with Flint Richter from Richter Solar Energy Meal: Turkey tetrazzini, broccoli salad, fruit

March 4:   Program: The Gospel Echoes (Cancelled due to winter weather)  Meal: Meatloaf, green beans, mashed potatoes

March 11:  Program: “When the Presbyterians Came to Kingston” with Ellen Compton ( reflections on the book by Abby Burnett) Meal: Cream cheese lasagna, salad, mixed veggies

March 18:  Program: “Restoring Cane Hill” with Bobby Braly, Executive Director of Historic Cane Hill, Inc. Meal: Teriyaki stir-fry with rice, Asian slaw

March 25 & April 1: Spring Break and Holy Week- NO WW

April 8:      Program: Spring Break Honduras Trip Presentation with participants from the trip. Meal: Spaghetti with meatballs, salad, bread

April 15:     Program: The Gospel Echoes (This is a new date.)  Meal: Hawaiian chicken, baby baked potatoes, sweet carrots

April 22:     Program: “A Little Night of Music” with FUPC music groups and ensembles Meal: PICNIC – menu to be announced