Finally, from 4 to 7 p.m., it’s the church’s Chicken Noodle Dinner.
“Our ladies get together and make our own noodles,” said Debbie Cole.
“We’ve worked for hours making our noodles.” Along with the chicken noodles, diners get mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, cole slaw or apple sauce, dessert and a drink all for $8 per adult, $4 for kids ages 4 to 12, and free for those 3 and under.
With about 100 members in the congregation, it’s quite an agenda of activities for Daybreak.
“We’re going to be busy all day,” said Debbie. She said the Daybreak crews will manage it. “We have some ladies and gentlemen that really just love to help our church.”
Daybreak Community Church was established 15 years ago. They purchased the old Fisher Brothers furniture store in 2008. They moved in and held their first service there in 2010. Proceeds from Daybreak’s efforts will go toward paying off their mortgage on the building.
It’s possible that Saturday’s golf cart contest and blessing may get the church on its way toward yet another milestone. Cole said that several people came in golf carts to an annual outdoor service at the church in years past.
“We’re trying to get some of these people who drive their golf carts to get to know us,” said Cole. “I want to have the largest drive-in golf cart church in America.”
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