Adventist Church builds database of people not contributing to potluck

You can only play the visitor card so many times...
You can only play the visitor card so many times…
SILVER SPRING, Md. — A database has been created to track Cheapventists (Adventists known at their local churches for attending potluck without contributing their own dishes.)

Since word got out about its existence, General Conference administrators have been inundated with names of members that should be on the list.

“We were shocked at how much data was already available on members that consistently neglect to bring their own dishes to potluck,” said database analyst, Hugh Dunnit. “Many churches had been keeping their own lists for years so when they heard there was a master list they just emailed over their data.”

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Dunnit said that the denomination is used to giving free passes to starving college students and visitors but there are thousands of others that simply are not doing their honest part.

Freeloader members with no good excuse for their bad behavior will receive letters from the GC Church Discipline Department ordering them to start bringing dishes or accept a permanent post on the potluck pots and pans washing crew.

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8 Comments

  1. In my church ,we call them the “free loaders”. They will never bring any food for the pot luck. Most do not know how to cook or bake. A few brave the local supermarket and buy the stuff. At least it’s edible. Gimme some Little Debbies. Same goes for the non-tithers-they are still free loaders and rely on the church’s resources for everything.

  2. Kay Rosburg

    So….have you started putting the disclaimer on every post? Sad, but necessary, most likely. Loved this post, as I’ve been a potluck leader at my church for decades!! And, it’s also true that those who don’t bring anything (come on….why not bring some frozen juice or store-bought cookies for goodness sake?!) seem to be the most likely to complain about the food options at a potluck. A good question when confronted with one of these complaints is “Oh, I’m sorry….did we forget to bring out your contribution to the lunch? Let’s go check the kitchen and see if it’s still there!”

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