It is with great joy and excitement that I join the FBC family as your Food Service Director. I am truly fortunate to be able to have a vocation that allows me to couple my passion with a ministry. Sharing food together is a way to welcome and connect with others. The church is a place where people come for refreshment and nourishment – both spiritual and physical. I want to help you celebrate the Lord’s gift of food. He offers it not merely as sustenance but for blessing, pleasure, and refreshment.
As evidenced in the New Testament, Jesus thought that celebrations were important. He performed His first miracle at a wedding in Cana of Galilee. God intends for us to celebrate and enjoy His bounty! ~ We are invited and called to celebrate the bountiful gift of God’s daily nourishment every day!
Please do not hesitate to share with me your desires as they pertain to food service at FBC. I am here to serve you and to provide for you healthy and tasty food that nourishes you physically and spiritually! I want to hear from you and welcome your thoughts and ideas!!! One of my goals will be to recruit and coordinate church members who are willing, on a volunteer basis, to help out on Wednesday afternoons and/or evenings and at other churchwide fellowship activities. Help will involve low key food prep (I can teach you!), setting the tables, drink preparation, buffet line service, and minimal cleanup. This will allow me to focus on preparing from scratch, healthy meals. If you are interested in assisting me in this ministry, I’d love to hear from you!
I have many visions and ideas that I look forward to sharing with you and hope that some of you will join with me in making them happen.
I plan to post weekly articles and recipes on my website under the tab Food and Faith at FBC. Once Centerpoint meals resume, I will also post the weekly menus there. You can subscribe to my website on the homepage.
I look forward to seeing you around the table!
Serving God through hospitality,
He who eats, eats to the Lord, for he gives God thanks. ~ Romans 14:6 ~