CNC Women’s Party Features Traditional Christmas Food: 1-3 pm, Sat. Rudat Hall, Dec. 3rd
Perhaps it’s . . .
- Gingerbread Reindeer cookies. A novel use for a gingerbread woman cookie cutter.
- Chicken and Black Bean Green Enchilada Rice Bake. Substitute turkey for the chicken and it’s a great way to use up turkey leftovers.
- Bacon and Cheese Egg McMuffin Cups or try Crème BrûléeFrench Toast. Great ideas for a memorable and easyish breakfast.
My family, like yours, has ideas about what makes up Christmas Dinner. Baked orangey-yams with butter and a sprinkle of sea salt, mashed potatoes with gravy, and sliced ham are a few of my family’s savory favorites. On the sweeter side we like Green Stuff (similar to Orange Stuff but you use pistachio pudding and no jello), pumpkin pie, and fudge.
Bring one of your family’s dishes to share at our annual women’s CNC Christmas party. We will invite some of you to share a story that goes along with your traditional dish.
Our 2 hours together will fly by. In addition to eating and visiting with one another, we will play a traditional British party game, Pass the Parcel. And in keeping with tradition at our Christmas parties, we will have a devotional.
Not just a fun time. Women’s ministry hopes that all who attend will have fun with friends old and new, put aside worries, and leave with the peaceful truth that God is in control.
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