Westminster Room In The Inn
ROOM IN THE INN
2018-19 GUIDELINES FOR Dinner FOOD PROVIDERS
We usually serve about 20 hungry people, including guests and hosts.
Dinner will be served in Goodpasture Hall, and the Goodpasture Kitchen can be used during set up. If dinner volunteers need to use a church kitchen earlier in the day, it is possible to arrange to use the Goodpasture Kitchen, but please let the Room In The Inn coordinator know this as soon as possible so they can reserve the kitchen for you. If you need to place food in the refrigerator earlier in the day (Lunch/Breakfast providers usually do this), please call the church office to notify the staff at 292-5526. The church office is open from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Hosts will help serve the meal and join our guests for dinner.
MENU SUGGESTIONS: Homemade food is encouraged and always appreciated. Lasagna, spaghetti, meat or chicken casseroles, chili, stews; lots of bread (about 5 loaves buttered). Pot roast and catfish have been huge hits! DESSERT: brownies, cookies, dessert bars, etc.; high protein and carbohydrate foods. Dinner providers are asked to arrive by 6:45pm, so dinner can be ready to serve at 7 pm. The church staff will set up water, decaffeinated coffee, and iced tea. Paper goods and eating utensils will be set up for you. Silverware, glassware, and any serving utensils that may be used should be put by the dishwasher to be washed the next day by the staff. After eating, the dinner volunteers can place leftovers in the refrigerator in the Goodpasture Hall Kitchen.
The overnight hosts will set up the breakfast meal. Breakfast/Lunch Instructions are on separate sheet and will be followed by those volunteers.
Please coordinate with the other people volunteering on your day and please do not hesitate to call the numbers below if you have any questions, problems, or feedback. We want this to be a meaningful service experience for you and our guests.
Chad Folk 615.957.3575 TJ Piccolo 989.388.3437
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“With God's help, Westminster Presbyterian Church fosters a caring, diverse, and deeply spiritual community that nurtures lives of faith, hope, and love. Through prayer ‘and with thanksgiving for God's grace’ we seek to grow in the spirit of Jesus Christ, joyfully committing ourselves to worship, study, and service in the local community and the world.”—WPC’s Mission Statement
|| Suzanna Weisband