Church Kitchens

art: J.A. Wtewael 'kitchen scene'

Truth: A lot of people are more interested in coffee at church than prayer sessions.
What would Jesus say about that, if he wrote Revelation today?

As I have been attempting to contact churches via the internet ( 2023)
Many church websites had special prayer pages on their website, which I am grateful for.
I had hoped to join a few prayer chains along the way. I joined the 5 or 6 prayer chains available,
but only one church (in Arizona) actually sends me prayer requests on a monthly basis.

Of course, churches without websites can't have prayer pages, can they?
But I'll bet these churches without website prayer pages still have kitchens of some kind, eh?
Which would Jesus see as more important?

True or false, a website prayer page is often the first contact a person will have with a church?

If I were a pastoral candidate, and came to speak to a prospective church, I would inform the congregation that the kitchen and coffee bar should be less popular and less-populated that the prayer altar, and if selected as pastor, I would direct them accordingly, saying that the kitchen volunteers should prove themselves the most fervent prayer advocates.

And if necessary, the church kitchen would be closed until the prayer ministry is healthy.

Mark 9:
28 And when He had come into the house, His disciples asked Him privately, “
     Why could not we cast him out?”
29 And He said unto them, “This kind can come forth by nothing but by prayer and fasting.”