The Original Guide For Episcopalians to Learn How to Cook Food For the Soul

9/3/2021 9:00:17
Written by Wil Baker

Recipes, Recipes, Recipes, Recipes
The Original Guide for Episcopalians to Learn How to Cook Food For the Soul
by St. Philip’s Episcopal Church of Jacksonville, Florida, USA.

Church: As always, I trust that this note reaches each of you in the best of health and spirits. At the July Monthly Vestry Meeting, the Vestry approved for the church to write a cookbook. The cookbook will be sold on Amazon.

Every member of the church has an opportunity to be involved in this effort. For each submitted recipe, the sender’s name will appear in the book as the contributing author. You can submit as many recipes as you like.

The book is divided into four parts: Forward, History of St. Philips, Health Tips for Episcopalians, and Recipes.

Contact Barbara Lee to get the recipe example and format template. Examples and format templates are also located in the church’s office.

Recipes must be submitted on or before October 1, 2021. Email your recipes to Baker.wilson@rocketmail.com.

Direct your questions to Wil Baker, Pamela Pierce, or Barbara Lee. Contact information is available on Realm.

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