A cornucopia of dishes brought by the congregation is spread along the white and maroon dressed long tables under the chandeliers in the Fellowship Hall. Utensils, ice and drinks have been laid out at each end of the table. Scrumptious desserts adorn another table by the kitchen entryway. Prayer is said. It’s time to eat.
The Fellowship Ministry maintains a long-run tradition of member-uniting at fellowship meals. Excellent home cooking is the legacy of Cheatham’s members. In 1999, the United Methodist Women published “The Lord’s Acre, A Centennial Recipe Collection,” a recipe collection featuring the best recipes of the church’s members.
The warm ambiance of Cheatham’s Fellowship Meals can be experienced during the Fifth Sunday Fellowship Meal, Scout Sunday, or any seasonal dinners.