COOKIE MINISTRY AT WBCThe deacons of WBC assist the Outreach Committee and pastoral staff by greeting visitors in the foyer at the conclusion of the service. To break the ice with first time visitors, the deacons present the new visitors with a bag of homemade chocolate chip cookies. The bag may also be used to provide printed material to the visitor if the Outreach Committee or pastoral staff wish to. You may bake your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe (without nuts) or you may use the classic WBC cookie recipe started by Phil Sagebiel — recipe available by clicking here.
HOW WILL I KNOW WHEN COOKIES ARE NEEDED?
The notice will run in The Twig when the supply of cookies is getting low.
- HOW MANY SHOULD I BAKE?
Depending on the number of visitors, the deacons will give from 2 to 8 bags of cookies to visitors per Sunday, so from 1 to 4 dozen cookies per Sunday. The average is 2.5 dozen/ Sunday. You may bake as many dozen as you would like.
- HOW DO I PACKAGE THE COOKIES?
Place 6 that are about 3 inches in diameter ( or more if smaller) in individual zip lock plastic bags.
- WHERE DO I BRING THE COOKIES ONCE I HAVE BAKED THEM?
If cookies are freshly baked you may bring them to the kitchen in Maresh Hall on Sunday morning and we will distribute them that day. Otherwise, place them in the deep freeze in the back of the kitchen, near the dishwasher, in Maresh Hall. We will use from the freezer on Sunday.
- WHO DO I CONTACT SHOULD I HAVE OTHER QUESTIONS?
Email Martha Morse by clicking here.