Wednesday Night Dinner


Beginning Sept. 20

This year our Wednesday night catered dinners will take place on the first and third Wednesdays of each month.

Prices are $8 for age 13 and older, $5 for ages 5-12, and free for age 4 and younger with a paying adult. The family maximum is $25. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Stop by the Welcome Center to buy tickets, or contact our reception desk: or 336-478-4799. The Welcome Center is open from 8:30 am to 3 pm Monday through Thursday and 8:30 am to noon Friday.

It's too late to buy tickets for Sept. 20. Get your Oct. 4 tickets here.


Sept. 20: Honey barbeque pork loin, baked creamed potatoes, green beans, tossed salad, rolls, assorted pies, sweet and unsweet tea; children's option available.

Oct. 4: Beef tips, wild rice, French style green beans, salad, biscuits, pies; children's option available |  Get Tickets

Oct. 18: Barbecue chicken, cole slaw, baked beans, baked potato, cornbread, banana pudding; children's option available

Nov. 1: In honor of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, dinner a la Martin Luther: Pot roast, buttermilk mashed potatoes, cabbage, salad, shortcake; children's option available

Nov. 15: Baked spaghetti, fresh fruit, salad, bread sticks, cheesecakes.

Dec. 6: Maple-glazed ham, mac & cheese, French style green beans, salad, yeast rolls, cupcakes.

Dec. 20: Country-style steak, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, salad, biscuits, cakes; children's option available


Sept. 20: Understand Electricity & Submarine Sonar presented by member Wil Courter. Spend an hour and gain a layman’s understanding of how electricity works and the circuitry that we use to control it. Then learn how nuclear submarine sonar operates and get to handle hardware built in Greensboro now in use on the U.S. nuclear missile submarine fleet. Wil is an electrical engineer from Penn State who helped design and test submarine sonar hardware. For ages 8 to 99; no formulas or complicated stuff! 6:30 pm, Redhead Hall.

Oct. 4: Hobby & Collectibles Night. Display your hobbies or collectibles! When you purchase dinner tickets, let us know whether you need a full or half table for your display, and whether you need electricity. Set up your exhibit before the meal begins. You will be invited to share a few words about your hobby or collection.

Oct. 18: Getting and Keeping the Love You Want led by member Paula Pile. Deeply satisfying human relationships can be nurtured and maintained through conscious, small, daily interactions. Paula is a certified therapist. Her presentation is based on the books and teaching of Harville Hendrix. 6:30 pm, Virginia Gilmer Room.

Nov. 15: Judaism During the Time of Jesus with Rabbi Fred Guttman from Temple Emanuel. “In order to understand the world in which Jesus lived, and to better understand the Christian Gospels, it is necessary to understand the lives, beliefs, and actions of the Jewish community from which He came.” 6:30 pm, Virginia Gilmer Room.

Dec. 6: Advent Contemplative Service, 6 pm, Sanctuary; and during & after dinner, a Birthday Party for Jesus and Gingerbread Church decorating, Mullin Life Center.

Dec. 20: Advent Contemplative Service, 6 pm, Sanctuary; and Christmas Carol Community Sing, 6:30 pm, Mullin Life Center.