2018 - 2019 Fellowship Hour Host Schedule

SEPTEMBER
2-Whitaker/Seeger
9-Fields
16-Team Parrish
23-Gallier
30-Caplinger

OCTOBER
7-Team Rohrer
14-Whitaker/Seeger
21-Fields
28-Team Parrish

NOVEMBER
4-Gallier
11-Caplinger
18-Team Rohrer
25-Whitaker/Seeger

DECEMBER
2-Fields
9-Team Parrish
16-Gallier
23-Caplinger
30-Team Rohrer

JANUARY
6-Whitaker/Seeger
13-Fields
20-Team Parrish
27-Gallier

FEBRUARY
3-Caplinger
10-Team Rohrer
17-Whitaker/Seeger
24-Fields
MARCH
3-Team Parrish
10-Gallier
17-Caplinger
24-Team Rohrer
31-Whitaker/Seeger

APRIL
7-Fields
14-Team Parrish
21-Gallier
28-Caplinger

MAY
5-Team Rohrer
12-Whitaker/Seeger
19-Fields
26-Team Parrish

JUNE
2-Gallier
9-Caplinger
16-Team Rohrer
23-Whitaker/Seeger
30-Fields

JULY
7-Team Parrish
14-Gallier
21-Caplinger
28-Team Rohrer

AUGUST
4-Whitaker/Seeger
11-Fields
18-Team Parrish
25-Gallier

 

FELLOWSHIP HOUR SUGGESTIONS AND GUIDELINES

Thank you so much for volunteering for this special ministry that is enjoyed by many at VCF!

Hosts probably should be at the church no later than 8:30am (unless you're fixing something special, then you'll need to determine your own arrival time. I'm usually at the church by 7:30am). We usually have around 35 people for breakfast so prepare for that many. Should you do any cooking at the church, please be sure to clean the stove thoroughly. You are also responsible to be sure that everything is thoroughly cleaned up and put away in the kitchen and the fellowship hall, including sweeping the floors, and garbage taken out after breakfast (you'll have lots of volunteer help for this). While you're welcome to fix whatever you want to for the breakfast, please don't feel an obligation to provide anything more than a very light continental breakfast.

Here's a "suggestion list" of what to purchase for the fellowship hour:

Doughnuts: Krispy Creme chocolate topped, powdered, glazed, or cinnamon donuts

Cheese Danish

Any kind of pastry

Toaster waffles, frozen sausage biscuits, hash brown patties, and frozen cinnamon sticks are other options.

Fruit: grapes, strawberries, honeydew, cantaloupe, watermelon - Sams Club has mixed fruit trays.

Scrambled/fried eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, baloney, and fried apples are also options.

You are, of course, welcome to fix any favorite/specialty of your own.

When cooking, running the exhaust fan will help keep the heat down in the kitchen.

You'll also need to buy:
Orange juice - 1 gal.
Milk - 1 gal.
optional: chocolate milk - 1 gal.

You'll also need to fix:
Decaf. Coffee -1 pot
Reg. Coffee - 2 pots
Hot water - 1 pot (for cappuccino or hot chocolate)

The coffee is in the freezer at church.

The church provides all the plates, cups, napkins, utensils, coffee creamer and sweeteners.

Breakfast ends and cleanup begins at 10am to allow time for all cleanup and transforming the fellowship hall into a children's church room in time for everyone to be in the sanctuary for the men's prayer time at 10:25am!

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