St. Peter’s continues baked steak tradition Nov. 3

Margie Cox gives Rev. Richard Strick tips on pie making while preparing desserts for the Nov. 3 Autumn Steak Supper at St. Peter’s First Community Church.
Margie Cox gives Rev. Richard Strick tips on pie making while preparing desserts for the Nov. 3 Autumn Steak Supper at St. Peter’s First Community Church. Photo provided.

St. Peter's First Community Church will continue its longstanding tradition of serving a baked steak supper with its Autumn Steak Supper on Nov. 3.

The supper, first served in 1981, will feature a menu of baked potato, green beans, roll, Jell-O salad or applesauce, drinks and choice of homemade pie or Texas sheet cake, along with the baked steak.

Other items available for purchase that evening are Terri-Lynn Nuts and Candies, homemade frozen noodles and homemade frozen apple dumplings ready to bake.

Dinner tickets must be reserved in advance by calling the church office at 356-7728.

The meal will be served from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., Guests may dine in the church Fellowship Hall, located at 206 Etna Ave., Huntington, or request carry-out meals.