Join us for dinner, fellowship, choir rehearsals, and a wide range of opportunities to know and share in the love of Christ! You can register for dinner and classes for all 10 weeks (click here), or you’re welcome to come and go as your schedule allows. Reservations can be made weekly by filling out a blue form (found in the pews) on Sunday and dropping it in the offering basket, or by calling the front desk (770.393.1424) on Monday. You will not feel left out if you can only occasionally drop by for a class or even just show up for dinner! Make this your mid-week time to recharge.
Here is how Feast works:
5:00-5:45 pm Children’s choirs (Westminster and Cherub Choirs) rehearse
5:45-6:25 pm Dinner! Scroll down the page to see the full menu
6:25-7:15 pm Classes for all age groups; see descriptions below.
6:30-7:20 pm Festival Ringers (handbell choir) rehearse
7:30-9:00 pm Chancel Choir rehearses
Classes & Choirs
We welcome adult volunteers in every class! To lend a hand, please contact Catherine Anne Thomas.
The Beginner’s Bible on the Big Screen! (Age 3-Kindergarten) When it comes to learning Bible stories at a young age, nobody does it better than The Beginner’s Bible. These great stories will come to life for our youngest students on Wednesday nights as they watch each story unfold on the screen and then engage in related take-home activities.
What’s in the Bible? Discover the Gospels! (Grades 1-3) This fact-filled and entertaining series from Phil Vischer explains why the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are “such a big deal.” Our overview starts with the 400 years between the Old and New Testaments and ends with the resurrection of Jesus. In addition to video clips, we will also be intrigued with small group activities, games, music, and fun projects.
LifeLab (Grades 4 & 5) This fun class is built around activities and experiences rooted in faith. There’s never a dull moment as we see how God’s amazing world can teach us lessons we’ll remember for a lifetime.
Youth (Middle & High School) Join the adults in hearing people’s faith stories — it’s always great to hear how God is working in everyone’s lives.
High School Juniors & Seniors are invited to a special series in February to ask questions about faith and life in college. The seminar is led by a Dr. Anne Hallum, a former professor of Political Science at Stetson University. Throughout her career she walked with students as they developed their faith more in college. She will base the four sessions from the book Sticky Faith by Kara Powell, Brad Griffin, and Cheryl Crawford. Friends are encouraged to come as well. February 1, 8, 15, and 22.
Stories of Faith (Youth & Adults) Ever wonder how faith originates and develops for others? Ever thought about how you would tell the story of your life with God? Hearing the sacred stories of others is a gift, and can inspire all of us to think about our own journeys in new ways. This class, open to all youth and adults, will include storytelling from pastors David and Shannon and other church leaders, as well as reflection about the various shapes and approaches one’s story of faith can take. And anyone inspired to write or tell her or his own story can do so along the way!
Cherub Choir (ages 4-5) rehearses from 5-5:45 pm in the FINCH Room (203). Contact Kelly Sloan.
Westminster Choir (Grades 1-5) rehearses from 5-5:45 pm in the Choir Room (140). Contact Clair Maxwell.
Festival Ringers (Youth & Adults) Handbell choir rehearses from 6:30-7:20 pm. Contact Clair Maxwell.
Chancel Choir (Youth & Adults) rehearses from 7:30-9 pm in the Choir Room. Contact Clair Maxwell.
Early 2017 Feast Menu
The weekly menu for adults is listed below; the children’s menu is in italics. Dessert is included. An alternate choice of a peanut butter & jelly sandwich, carrots, and Ranch dressing is available each week. Meal prices are $7 for adults and youth, $3 for 1st-5th grade students, and $2 for Kindergarten and under.
Jan. 18 Spaghetti casserole, French bread, tossed salad with vegetables
Meatballs with pasta & marinara sauce, French bread, tossed salad (on side)
Jan. 25 Chicken stir fry with Chinese vegetables
Stir fry with chicken, rice & vegetables (all separate)
Feb. 1 Pork tenderloin, sweet potato soufflé, green beans amandine
Hot dogs, beans, carrot sticks, chips
Feb. 8 Country fried steak, red-skin mashed potatoes, Italian green beans
Grilled cheese and ham/cheese, chips, applesauce
Feb. 15 Cajun style tilapia, rice w/vegetables, steamed spinach w/lemon, salad w/vegetables
Grilled hamburgers with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, Tater Tots
Feb. 22 Chili with rice and beans, grilled cheese, fruit
Grilled cheese, chips, applesauce
Mar. 1 Churchwide Pancake Dinner and Ash Wednesday Serivce This year, instead of having a separate ‘Shrove Tuesday’ dinner, all are invited to join us on March 1st for a pancake dinner and Ash Wednesday worship service. This meal is included in your Feast registration.
Mar. 8 Baked ham, macaroni & cheese, Italian beans
Baked ham, macaroni & cheese, beans, applesauce
Mar. 15 Herb-baked chicken, baked potato “bar,” broccoli with cheese sauce
Chicken tenders, buttered noodles, broccoli with cheese sauce
Mar. 22 Meat or vegetable lasagna, tossed salad
Cheese or pepperoni pizza & orange slices