Food Service Ministry: Maximize the Impact
Meeting ID: 975 2656 6288
Does food make a lasting impression? Can vegetarian meals be appealing to everyone? What ministry opportunity is found in food service? Culinary professionals and camp managers alike will benefit from this presentation by Darla Roe, the Food Service and Camp Director at Camp Ida-Haven in McCall, Idaho. In the kitchen, Darla’s passion is to serve high-quality, attractive food in a timely manner. This in turn provides an opportunity to minister to guests—and staff—with more than just food.
Join this session to hear Darla’s experience of camp ministry through the kitchen and the things that make it most effective. The discussion will include:
- Making Guests Feel Valued
- Behind the Scenes Organization
- Understanding Your Staff’s Roles
Time for Q&A at the end
Darla Roe has spent the past 29 years as both Food Service and Camp Director at Camp Ida-Haven in McCall, Idaho. Until recently, Darla and her husband have been the only full-time employees, working year-round to provide food service and group management, clean and upkeep the facilities, oversee the maintenance, and manage new building projects. They also created the camp’s current summer program and hire the summer staff. In the kitchen, Darla’s passion is to serve high quality, attractive food in a timely manner. In her free time, Darla enjoys puzzles, visiting Presidential Libraries and doting on her dachshund.