While women may rule most of church kitchens (and the world over knows and respects Methodist women’s good cooking, especially their fried chicken), let’s not overlook what the men can cook. Recently the United Methodist Men, a Mathews group, proved to this community that they can handle the church kitchen with no problems. They held a spaghetti dinner, expecting at least 70 people.
The active membership in this unique, hard-working, community-oriented assembly runs from 20 to 25. They are not all Methodist or members of St. Paul United Methodist Church of Susan where they meet, and where the supper was held. One gentleman is a member of Francis de Sales Roman Catholic Church, while others are from Beulah, Salem, St. Matthew and Central United Methodist churches.
They explained with smiles of enjoyment in abundance, their organization and its purpose, and why they were holding this spaghetti dinner. Almost in unison, they said, "We meet the fourth Monday of each ...
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