Engage Community Church

Month: January 2018

You’re Invited To Our Super Bowl Party

You’re invited to join us for food, fun and FOOTBALL!

We’re hosting a FREE Kid-Friendly Super Bowl Party beginning at 5:30 p.m. at The Highlands School on Rt. 543.

In addition to the big game between the Eagles and the Patriots there will be plenty for the kids to do with games, bounce houses and more in the gymnasium (supervised by our wonderful children’s ministry volunteers).

Come to have a great time, stay for the game!

The Battle for the Golden Ladle

BEL AIR, Md. – The inaugural Battle for the Golden Ladle went down on Sunday, Jan. 14 and it wasn’t easy for the judges to pick a winner.

A total of eight entries competed in the first Engage Community Church chili cookoff and those entries provided the crowd with a wide variety of flavor, ranging from traditional “eatin'” chili with classic spices, ground beef and chili beans to a classic competition chili, featuring tender chunks of beef with a mildly-spiced “gravy”.

Two of the more intriguing entries were a thick and rich venison chili and a traditional chili made with a freshly smoked beef brisket.

But, in the end, it was Julia Nutter’s entry that took the top prize from the judges. The selection came as a bit of a shock to Nutter, who made that recipe for the first time ever for the competition.

Final Results

  1. Julia Nutter – Traditional Eatin’ Chili
  2. Patrick O’Loughlin – Smoked Brisket Chili
  3. Patrick Fischer – Classic Competition Chili