two thousand twenty
Subscribe to Wayne County Life RSS post feed
Subscribe to Wayne County Life RSS comment feed
Subscribe to Wayne County Life by email
Wayne County Life on Facebook
CONTRIBUTED by Seth C. Burgess, Park Presbyterian Church (10-Dec-2009)

As part of the Celtic Christmas Festival, Park Church hosted a delicious Celtic Dinner on Saturday, 5 December 2009 in the church basement.

The Celtic Dinner was sold out prior to the event, and for good reason. The Shepherd's Pie was to die for! The main course of the meal was the Shepherd's Pie--in fact it was multiple courses of the meal all in one shot. For those unfamiliar with the dish (as I was), it is a good seasoned ground beef base layer, stacked with a layer of mashed potatoes, and topped with melted cheese. The Shepherd's Pie was served community-style in several large glass bowls that were shared amongst guests at a table. The bread selection--lathered with butter if you fancy--and the desert spread were just as exciting.

All are welcome at Park Presbyterian Church in Newark. If you'd like to keep abreast of future events, activities, and services, you are invited to visit the Park Church website and check out all the fun and interesting things we have going on.


Line of dinner guests at Park Church was literally stretching out the door

Full tables of people enjoying the Celtic Dinner

Walls were decorated with flags representing the Celtic nations

Many gift baskets were available for purchase in support of Park Church Mission work

Fair Trade items available in the basement of Park Presbyterian Church after the meal


You can make a comment, or trackback from your own site.

1 Comment to "Celtic Dinner Features Shepherd's Pie"

  1. Gil Burgess Said,

    Natalie Lemmon always does a fantastic job with the church dinners!

    Posted on Sat Dec 12, 06:01:00 PM EST


Post a Comment

Most Viewed - Last 30 days

Going Green

Church Life