Sixth ANnual multicultural potluck celebrates our heritages

Since 2015, every year we've held a potluck meal to which we've invited people to bring food reflective of some national, ethnic, or cultural cuisine - their own, perhaps, but not necessarily. It's time for the 2020 edition of our multicultural potluck.

To give you a hint as to what we have in mind: Over the years, our pastor, Bill Coley, has prepared dishes reflective of India and France (both which he visited in the early 1990's), Norway (his mother's heritage), England (his dad's and grandpa's background), and Germany (his grandma's). This year he's decided to prepare food reflective of a particular nation or culture, but then invite other meal participants to guess via a multiple choice question which one.

What YOU bring is totally up to you, including the option of bringing nothing but yourself and your family since our potluck rule is "bring food to share if you can, but if you can't or don't want to bring food, come anyway. God ALWAYS provides."


WHEN: Saturday, March 14, 5:00 p.m.

WHERE: Fellowship hall (lower level of our building)

WHAT TO BRING: Food reflective of a culture or cuisine... or side dishes... or desserts... or just yourself!!