Why I would go to Grace Lutheran’s German Lunch?
Food and fellowship. A simple concept. And one that has sustained the Grace Lutheran’s Annual German Luncheon for over 20 years. On Friday October 26th, you have an opportunity to take part in this long standing Huntsville tradition that celebrates our community’s heritage.
Conceived over 20 years ago by members of Grace Lutheran Church, the annual German Luncheon began as a way to celebrate the German heritage of the Lutheran Church. But in it’s more than two decades, the event has grown to become much more. It gives the church and the community a reason to gather together with friends and fellow community members and celebrate.
Participating gives you an opportunity to meet new people, support the Grace Lutheran School and enjoy great German food. The entire community is invited to attend the luncheon or get a to go box.
Something new added this year are deliveries. The church is taking food to those that don’t have the time make it out or don’t have transportation.
All food served is made from scratch by a crew of over 100 volunteers! Last year, we served over 900 meals! The menu is carefully chosen, and based on dishes that were the most popular among the German’s. And I went to last year’s luncheon and I certainly can attest that the food is delicious!
- Red Cabbage
- Noodles & Gravy
- German Bread
- Apfel Kuchen (Apple Cake)
- Noodles & Gravy
- Apfel Kuchen
The proceeds from the luncheon support the Grace Lutheran School.
Their mission is “empowering young minds for servant leadership, discipleship, and innovative thinking for today’s challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities.” Proceeds from the lunch will be used to:
- Development of programs
- Purchasing equipment needed for teaching
- Improvement of school facilities
For more information about The Grace Lutheran School, visit their website.
Date: October 26th
Location: Grace Lutheran Church and School
Address: 3321 South Memorial Pkwy.
Cost: $12 per person
Reservations: Click here or call 256-881-0553