Coffee Hour Schedule
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At St. Matthew's, small teams of parishioners provide refreshments on a rotating basis.  We gather in our hall following Sunday Divine Liturgy services. This is a wonderful time for fellowship and getting to know each other better.  Please join us.   See Rosemarie K. for more information and to join a team - no experience needed!  We train!  


 11/27 POT LUCK
 12/04 Rosa C. &  Alaina L. 
 12/11 Ann H,  & Mark B.

Tina L, Jackie B, & Angela T.

 01/01 POT LUCK

Deme C. & Pat V.

Please DO NOT bring food or drink unless it is your scheduled day!   

Sunday Fellowship Hour is held in our hall and back patio on nice days. Refreshments can be as simple as the team wishes.  The church students will have their drinks and snacks and then join their Sunday School classes.

Make the coffee/decaf/hot water; directions are posted in the kitchen.
The large pot takes one minute per cup to brew - start it early.  
Bring a quart of 1/2 n 1/2 or milk for the coffee.

Use the large coffee pot on the cart for coffee and the smaller pot for hot water.
Roll the cart to the back left side of the hall and plug them in there. 
Brew a white pot of decaf in the kitchen and move it to the coffee cart after DL.

Arrange the coffee “fixings” (tea bags, creamers, sugars, stirrers) on the table in front of the hall doors and the juices on the table by the kitchen.

As always, clean up, rinse the coffee pots and leave them upside down to air dry in the kitchen.
Refill the teas and sweeteners if needed.  Take any extra food/milk home unless you have arranged with the next week’s team to use them. 

Notify Rosemarie K., Susan P., or Tina L. if any supplies are running low. 
Thank you for volunteering so we can hold a weekly Coffee Hour!

Mailing Address
Orthodox Church of Saint Matthew
P.O. Box 2003
Columbia, MD 21045
7271 Eden Brook Drive
Columbia, MD 21046
Email and Phone
240-755-0324 (Phone)
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Orthodox Church of St. Matthew