March Fellowship Supper

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You can pre-pay Sunday during service by using a pew envelope & marking it “fellowship supper” to reserve your spot at the table. Sign up slips will be available Sunday March 5 and March 12. Additionally, you can also use this Google form to RSVP and pay that night.  Cost is $5 per person or $12 per family.

We look forward to seeing you March 15th for a great time of food & fellowship!

March 16 Family Night Supper

March 16 Family Night Supper

FELLOWSHIP SUPPER - “The Seed is Planted and Growing”

 Wednesday March 16 at 6:30

The menu is beef tips, rice & gravy, butter beans, salad, yeast rolls, & desert. The cost is $5.00 per person or $12.00 per family. You can pre-pay and reserve your spot at the table. Sign up slips will be available through March 13. Please plan to attend for a great time of food & fellowship. Following the dinner there will be a presentation from the Capital Campaign Committee.

 

May 20 – Fellowship Supper

The Details

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

6:30pm
$5 per person, no more than $12 per family
Menu: Ham and Macaroni-N-Cheese

EATING TOGETHERThe Gospels are full of stories about Jesus eating with people. Jesus ate because he was human. Jesus ate with people because he was good people. 
Every other month, Oakland gets together just to eat each other's food and listen to each other's stories. You've got to eat dinner somewhere, so why not eat in good company.

March 17 – Fellowship Supper

The Details

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

6:30pm
$5 per person, no more than $12 per family
Menu: CHICKEN PASTRY

EATING TOGETHERThe Gospels are full of stories about Jesus eating with people. Jesus ate because he was human. Jesus ate with people because he was good people. 
Every other month, Oakland gets together just to eat each other's food and listen to each other's stories. You've got to eat dinner somewhere, so why not eat in good company.

January 20 – Fellowship Supper

The Details

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

6:30pm
$5 per person, no more than $12 per family
Menu: Sausage, Sausage, Sausage, Pancakes, Grits, OJ, Milk, and Coffee

The Gospels are full of stories about Jesus eating with people. Jesus ate because he was human. Jesus ate with people because he was good people. 
Every other month, Oakland gets together just to eat each other's food and listen to each other's stories. You've got to eat dinner somewhere, so why not eat in good company.