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Every (Wednesday) they continued to meet together in the (the old sanctuary).
They broke bread in (the fellowship hall) and ate together with glad and sincere hearts…
The Calvary Café carries on the tradition of the ancient and present day church which gathers like a family around the table to eat and drink and fellowship with one another in a welcome environment.
Add to that Pastor Phil's passion for cooking which comes from his ancestors on the Heinze side, many of whom made their living by baking, including his grandfather William who had a bakery in Chicago and his Uncle Billy who teaches the art of baking to at risk youth in Georgia and his father Rudi who made pizzas until he became a famous, now retired, expert on Tudor proclamations.
Every Wednesday night from 5:00 - 6:30, $3.00 buys you a seat in the café and a meal that tries to be interesting without being pretentious. While he sometimes makes an error in judgment, Pastor Phil usually succeeds in pleasing even the most discriminating palate ( if I do say so myself) which I did. So come to the café on Wednesday night and leave the cooking to me, Chef Philippe.