COMMUNITY MATTERS: HOW YOUR CHURCH KITCHEN BRINGS PEOPLE TOGETHER
March 16, 2020 by wpjX9tncTJIl
No matter what’s going on in the outside world – and who knows what 2017 has in store – there will always be a good reason to come together as a community. Whether it’s a much-anticipated wedding, a big birthday celebration, or a special feast for Easter, you have the ideal venue. And at the heart of every event you hold will be your church kitchen.
The kitchen is so much more than a place to prepare food and drink – it brings people from all walks of life together. Half the fun of an event is in the planning, much of which takes place in the kitchen: what to cook, when to open the bubbles, and just how big a cake you can get away with. From women arranging homemade snacks for a WI meeting, to professional caterers preparing canapés and treats for a party, the kitchen is always a hub of activity.
You see many different people of all ages come through the church doors each week, all benefiting from the food and drink you’re able to offer. Whether it’s squash and biscuits for young children attending Sunday school or hot meals for elderly residents visiting for some much needed socialising, it’s important not to underestimate what a vital resource your kitchen is.
Catering for so many types of event can be a challenge for churches. You need to make sure that your kitchen can meet a vast variety of needs, and be used by everybody who hires the church hall.
To discuss how a bespoke Steelplan Kitchen could help meet the needs of your community, call 0844 809 9186.