|Submitted by Dave Trippett|
Knotts Memorial United Methodist Church in Grantsville will host it's ninth KFC, Knotts Feeding the Community, dinner on Wednesday, October 27, at 5:30 p.m. This is part of a continuing outreach effort that opens hearts and doors to any and everyone of any and every age.
The congregation of Knotts is determined to "meet, greet, and serve" everyone that has the desire or need to share a dinner with new friends. With kitchen renovations complete we are ready to do that very thing.
It is no secret that there are those in Calhoun County that need help on occasion to make ends meet.
This is just one small way a part of that burden can be relieved, but this program is not limited to just that. Our doors are open to everyone. We have no economic or social guidelines. We have no rules concerning your denomination or where you live. If you attend another church and have a Wednesday service to attend that's OK. Come and have dinner with us before you go.
Maybe you would like some company or just some hot coffee. You're invited too. There are no requirements, no questions, no paperwork, and no cost. So stop by and enjoy some hot food and good friends. Our reference to the "Community" is not governed by the city limits. It reaches out in all directions to the county lines and beyond.
As with previous dinners, all meals will be served in the Social Hall at 5:30 p.m. This months menu includes chili and peanut butter sandwiches.