Church Suppers

Church suppers are meals prepared by volunteer members of a church and served in a church’s social hall primarily to foster a spirit of fellowship among the members who attend such events. As there is usually a minimal charge for such suppers, they may also be a means to raise some income for various activities not within the church’s budget. A common variation on the meal prepared by a small group of parishioners is a potluck supper (sometimes called a “covered dish” supper). Church suppers are often open to people in the community at large for they add to any profit; at the same time, such an event becomes a form of outreach and might even win over new members. Also, in some instances, ...

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