It's not just potluck anymore…

Jerusalem Road, a bluegrass band from Colorado, will be our special guest at worship services at Calvary Lutheran Church in Rapid City, SD on March 2nd at 5:30pm and March 3rd at 8:15am and 10:15am.  They’ll be playing a Bluegrass Liturgy that will inspire you and make your toes tap throughout the service.  Jerusalem Road has also graciously offered to play a concert at 1:00pm on Sunday to benefit Calvary’s Wednesday School fundraising project of the year, the Feeding South Dakota Backpack program.  Lunch will be served from 11:30 to 12:45, prepared for you by your Wednesday Night Meal Team.  Cost will still be a requested donation of $4 per person for lunch, and a special offering will be taken for Feeding South Dakota.  Did you know that $4 can fill a backpack for a hungry child for a weekend?  The Rapid City BackPack Program currently provides 1,765 weekend packages of food to at-risk, chronically hungry school children.  Your donation will stay in Rapid City to support this program.   Please call the church office at 342-9043 or email   to RSVP for lunch so we know how much food to make!

For more information visit the  Feeding South Dakota website.

JR RapidCity Flyer (1)


Sunday Lunch Menu

March 3, 2013





Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

Garden Salad Bar

Dinner Rolls

Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Here’s a little preview of Jerusalem Road:

Visit their facebook page at Jerusalem Road Music


Comments on: "Sunday Lunch and Bluegrass!" (2)

  1. I am from Carriere, MS. I often cook in the kitchen at our church, First Baptist Church of Picayune. Picayune is about 40 miles north of New Orleans. Our pastor is Dr. Tony Lambert. We prepare for about 100 people most Wednesdays. I am delighted that you have a bigger crowd that love the Lord.
    I love your recipes that feed so many. I chuckle at the similarities between your foods offerings and our southern fare. It seems good food has no state nor regional boundaries.
    I pray y’all stay well and have a wonderful year. We suffered very minor damage here from Hurricane Ida. However, our neighbors in Louisiana cannot say the same. Most of New Orleans south and east of Lafayette still are without or with little lights/ power, gas, food and water. Pray for them.
    Please keep me “ in the know” with your recipes and ideas.

    In Christ Alone our Cornerstone,
    Bea Stuart


    • Bea, my roots are in Texas so I probably lean towards a southern style of cooking. We have been off for the last year because of Covid, but are hopefully starting up again next week. Stay safe down there in Louisiana and happy cooking!


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