Feast for The King
Hillsboro First Baptist Church will again be offering Christmas Day dinners for the Hillsboro community. The meals will be ready for pick-up between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. The big difference this year (with Covid) is that there will not be any dine-in meals - only curbside pickup. In some special circumstances, we can deliver. We feel this modification is the safest and most responsible way to still serve our community. Social distancing will be observed. The Menu this year consists of ham & turkey, mashed potatoes & gravy, stuffing, green beans and a roll.
The process of getting your meal is as follows:
Travel South on South West Street, and pull up to the curb beside the First Baptist Church (There is a set of glass double doors on the building side as a point of reference.) There will be a decorated “ordering station” and people there where you place your order from your vehicle. You will then proceed to the stop sign at the intersection of South West Street and West Walnut Street and turn right. There will be a decorated tent out by the street where you will park and your hot meal will be brought to you. You get to stay in your car the whole time!
Hillsboro First Baptist Church started their Feast for The King Christmas Day meal in 2011. It began with the church giving meals to the Homeless Shelter. The ministry then grew to provide Christmas Day meals to the community at no charge. As Christians, we strive to be the “hands and feet of Jesus”. The Feast for The King is a great opportunity to share with others the love we have received from Christ.
We think of this as our gift to the City of Hillsboro! Pastor Clay Self explains, “Feat for The King is a great example of how Jesus followers can give to their community with no strings attached. Please enjoy a meal on us.”
Please contact the Church office at (937) 393-1473 or firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-order your meals or if you have any questions.