SUNDAY HOSPITALITY GUIDELINES
AUDITORIUM
 SET UP
 Place colouring pages and coloured pencils on tables
 Straighten chairs
 Place small green buckets x 6 on front of stage.
 SET DOWN
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Remove all rubbish and used colouring pages from tables
Stack boxes of crayons on table at door near sound desk
Straighten chairs
Turn off fans
CAR PARKING(car park guides to wear fluoro vests kept in the kitchen)
20 minutes before service:
 Monitor spaces and direct people
 Use CAR PARK FULL sign when necessary
WELCOMING
From 15 minutes before service:
 1 or 2 person/s at each door
 Direct parents to kids church table to sign their child/ren in for kids
church
OFFERTORY
Approximately 9.40am
 6 small green buckets to be ready at front of stage, to be collected from
there and handed around from the front of church: to each side section,
and to each section of chairs in the middle.
 Bring buckets to sound desk. Place all monies into one bucket. Counting
done by another rostered team.
SUNDAY HOSPITALITY GUIDELINES
MORNING TEA SET UP
Adults & Youth
 Provide morning tea for approx. 250 people with food arranged on
platters. Suggested food: muffins, lamingtons, Anzac biscuits, shortbread
& cakes. Please put aside 1 mixed platter of food for the Youth to
collect.
 Please see the table at the end of the document for guidelines regarding
suitable and unsuitable foods to serve at morning tea.
 Cover platters (glad wrap available in kitchen drawers or use clean tea
towels) and place at back of kitchen out of reach of children and hungry
others!
 Please have 1 platter of gluten-free food available. Gluten-free biscuits
and sign can be found in the biscuit cupboard.
 Please have servers walk around and serve food at morning tea time.
 Line all bins (including recycling bins) with liners.
 Set out full cream milk, light milk, sugar, stirrers at each urn. UHT stored
in kitchen cupboards. If you wish to serve fresh milk, please bring on the
day (3L of each should be more than sufficient)
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NB
SOME FRESH MILK IN FRIDGE IS FOR COFFEE CART USE ONLY.
 Set up 3 trays with plastic cups for water (no cordial). Fill water jugs.
 Please arrange food on platters and ensure the same food (e.g. savoury
& sweet) is served to both adults and children . See table at end of
document for guidelines regarding suitable foods to serve for morning
tea.
 Please note Kids Church cups and bowls are kept in a plastic purple box in
kitchen (near dishwasher).
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Food platters for children + 3 drinks trays are to be taken across to the
allocated table in the
at 11.00am and the table needs
to be supervised by two members of your group, one person to pour and
serve water, one person to serve food into bowls.
 Please take green plastic bucket (kept together with plastic purple box)
across to serving table. Kids will put their used cups and bowls in this.
 Once morning tea is finished, please take jugs, platters, bucket with cups
and bowls to kitchen. Kids cups and bowls are to be washed, dried and
repacked in purple plastic box ready for the following week. Green plastic
bucket to be cleaned and dried and left together with purple plastic box.
SUNDAY HOSPITALITY GUIDELINES
 Please ensure table is wiped clean, bin emptied and liner replaced.
COMMUNION SET UP (usually first Sunday of each month)
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Communion juice provided in kitchen cupboards
Service Leaders will provide bread/crackers
Service Leaders will set up 5 x round tables in auditorium with cups
Please place bread/wraps/crackers on plates. Ensure each table has
crackers as a gluten-free option this MUST be on a separate plate.
 Please ensure 2 people are serving per table. If you have any problems
recruiting servers, please speak to service leaders PRIOR to service.
Dishwasher
 Turn dishwasher on before/during church so that it is ready to use at
morning tea time. Note it takes 30mins to heat up.
Coffee
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Fill and put urn on, plugged into power board
Place cups and lids near urn
There are 6 large coffee plungers. Each plunger makes approx. 6 cups
Add 6 x dessert spoons of coffee (generous measure) in each plunger
Prepare 2 plungers at a time
Fill with boiling water
Stand 4 minutes then slowly press down plunger to diffuse the coffee
When 2nd plunger is being used, fill the 3rd & 4th plunger with boiling
water
 Rinse dregs out before making new pot of coffee
 Put any remaining fresh coffee grounds into glass coffee jar
Tea
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Fill urn with water and turn power on to 70 C.
Turn power to FULL not later than 9.30am.
Once water is boiling (30 minutes), turn down to 70 C.
Place cups and lids near urn and a selection of tea bags.
SUNDAY HOSPITALITY GUIDELINES
Water Cooler
 Please ensure container is filled with fresh water
 Ensure plastic cup holder has been replenished with sufficient cups
 Check tray under tap is empty
REMEMBER:
No kids in the kitchen for safety reasons.
SUNDAY HOSPITALITY GUIDELINES
MORNING TEA CLEAN UP
Plungers & Urns
 Switch off and unplug urns, leave on counter
 Empty and rinse plungers.
 Put away.
Water Cooler
 Please ensure tray under the tap is emptied
Supplies & food
 Replace supplies into respective cupboards.
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this should be given away or
disposed of if not suitable for eating.
Clean up & Rubbish
 Wipe and clear all kitchen benches and sink.
 Clean and dry trays and platters. Pack away into cupboards.
 Empty all rubbish bins into dumpster or recycling bin (with yellow lid)
outside.
 Please leave clean liners in the bins.
Mop floor if muddy from a rainy day.
PLEASE LEAVE THE KITCHEN AS
NEAT & CLEAN AS POSSIBLE.
THANK YOU!!!
SUNDAY HOSPITALITY GUIDELINES
Acceptable Foods for Adults
and children
 Fruit (not Kiwi fruit)
 Baked goods: homemade and bought which do not contain whole or
chopped nuts in either in the mixture or as decoration .
E.g. : cak
lamingtons, choc chip cookies, Tiny Teddies, Milk Arrowroot, Shortbread,
Anzac biscuits, banana bread, chocolate cake, carrot cake etc.
 Non baked goods: homemade or bought which do not contain whole or
chopped nuts either in mixture or as a decoration .
E.g.: Chocolate Crackles, Honey-joys, Fairy bread, Rocky Road (if nut
free)
 Savouries: rice crackers & cheese, dips and vegetable sticks, nut free dips
and savoury pastries/quiches (traces of nuts ok but no whole nuts)
Unacceptable Food for Adults
and children
 ANYTHING with whole, or chopped NUTS either as an ingredient or
decoration.
E.g. no peanut cookies, pecan pie, carrot cake with walnuts, almond cake
etc.
 NO SHELLFISH
e.g. whole or as part of another item such as sushi.
 No KIWI FRUIT
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