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News - May 2014

Reaching out to the community with free cooking lessons

  • Written by  Lizzy Ainsworth
Paul & Janelle Priman deliver home made meals to people in need in the community. Photo: Provided

Paul and Janelle Priman are a caring Toowoomba couple who run Janelle’s Kitchen, delivering home made meals to retirees and workers, who need something nutritious and delicious at the end of the day.

Now they want to extend their hands further, and teach basic cooking skills, including quiche and lasagne to others as a means of evangelism.

They are inviting you to bring along your unchurched friends to 5 weeks of night cooking classes to be held at the Range Christian Fellowship, 13 Blake Street, for a time of fun and fellowship over the cooking pot.

These classes are free and include a meal at the end, and begin on Thursday May 1, from 6-8pm.

“We want to foster relationships and we’ll be listening for needs that arise that we can help with practically or prayerfully,” Paul said.

“And providing the classes are well received, we hope to have a second set.”

Running adjacently will be art classes by Robyn Wright for children and adults, with drawing, painting, collage and storylines. These will have a small fee of $5.00 to cover materials.

To find out more, and to book your place call Paul or Janelle on 46308922 or Robyn on 0437893518.

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