Evening Community Meals
The Rehearsal has organized an Evening Community Meal. We would like to promote fellowship at the feast and one beautiful way is to share a meal. We have rented the Twin Lakes Kitchen in which we will prepare the evening meals. The meal will be served buffet style by servers in the dining hall. We will have both the dining hall and the tent set up just outside the dining hall across the road to sit and eat the meal.
Delanie Aguilar is the Food Coordinator and has created the menu you see below. We have sourced meat that has been raised well and fed organically. We desire to offer healthy food choices with GF options. We ask for your help to bring Biblically clean and non-GMO foods. We also ask that you try to bring as much organically sourced foods as possible .
Several of the board members and those on staff believe that GMO foods are not Biblically clean along with the fact that there is a high correlation of health issues with consuming them. We at The Rehearsal desire to provide food worthy of the temple our King has blessed us with. If you have any questions about this stance, please contact The Rehearsal. For more information about what might be a GMO, please follow this link:
We are asking for people to donate food items to be assembled into the meal onsite. We have a specific menu and list of items that we need. You are welcome to bring your own food or make additions to the meal menu. Whatever is not donated will be purchased by The Rehearsal or not offered for the meal. You can find the list of needed food items here:
If you have food allergies, please contact The Rehearsal and we will try to accommodate.
There will be a Kitchen Leader for each meal. Each meal is pre-planned and organized. We need volunteers to help with food preparation, serving and clean up for each meal. We are asking each family to volunteer for serving in each of these areas at least one meal during Sukkot. You can find all the opportunities for service here:
Please bring your own “eatware” (plates, cups, utensils, napkins) as we do not have a plan to provide it. Please try to keep in mind our role as caretakers of this amazing planet with your choices of reusable rather than disposable “eatware” options. We will have a dish washing station available outside of the dining hall.
Individual families who desire to have a kitchen available to them need to obtain lodging with kitchen facilities - The Inn or North Twin lodge. Twin Lake's kitchen is off-limits to us unless you are part of the volunteer crew making the evening meal.
Evening Community Meals:
- Monday, September 24: Chili Night (Leader: Delanie Aguilar)
- Chili (Shredded cheese, Sour cream)
- Veggie trays (Vegetable dip, Hummus)
- Tortilla chips
- Tuesday, September 25: Italian Night (Leader: Karen Miller)
- Spaghetti pasta - regular and GF
- Spaghetti sauce – meat and vegetarian
- Tossed salads (Salad Dressings)
- Homemade French bread - regular and GF
- Wednesday, September 26: Roasted Chicken & Turkey (Leader: Charlie Clift)
- Roasted Chicken and Turkey (GF gravy)
- Herb roasted potatoes
- Tossed salads (Salad dressings)
- Thursday, September 27: Mexican Night (Leader: Vic Radach)
- Flour tortillas
- Tortilla chips (GF option)
- Taco meat
- Rice and beans
- Toppings: (Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Shredded Cheese, Salsa Sour Cream, Guacamole)
- Friday, September 28: Baked Potato Bar (Leader: Terri Johnk)
- Baked Potatoes (Shredded Cheese, Steamed Broccoli, Sour Cream, Green Peas, Salsa, Chili)
- Salads (Salad Dressing)
- Sabbath, September 29: Beef Roast (Leader: Charlie Clift)
- Beef Roast (GF gravy)
- Roasted Root vegetables
- Vegetable side dishes
- Green beans
- Sunday, September 30: Soup Night (Leader: Delanie Aguilar)
- Beef stew
- Chicken and Rice Soup
- Monday, October 1: Leftovers Buffet (Leader: Vic Radach)
Donations are needed for community meals. Click here to make a donation.