Thanksgiving Play & Feast

Thanksgiving Play

See Ms. Peavy for more details.

We need Props for the Play...please click here for details.

Practice Schedule:

The current Practice Schedule will be posted on the Middle School Website.

Costumes: Pilgrim boys wear black pants and solid color shirt (black, navy, grey, dark green) or a white dress shirt. Black or navy socks, and black shoes. Pilgrim Girls' dresses for middle school students provided by Ms. Peavy. Indians need an Indian costume...nothing elaborate except for the chief. No bright colored shoes.

Early Release on November 15th at 12:30

All Students in the Play need to arrive by 5:20 . Performance at 6:00.

Thanksgiving Feast

Who: Crossroads Families & Friends

Where: FBCT Fellowship Hall

When: November 15th Following the Play

Organizer: Crandall Edwards

Food List:

  • Turkey & Ham : CCS (Provided by Valvoline Instant Oil Change- The Smiths & Diversified Trucking- The Edwards)
  • Cornbread Dressing & Gravy : Winslett & Peavy
  • Cranberry Sauce: Winslett
  • Fruit & Veggie Trays: The Woodhams and Fresh Point
  • Sweet Potato Casserole: Kindergarten & First Grade
  • Regular Potatoes: Kindergarten & First Grade
  • Corn: 2nd Grade & 4th Grade
  • Green Beans: 8th Grade
  • Pies: 3rd, 5th, 7th, and 8th Grades
  • Tea: CCS
  • Water: The Johnstons
  • Decorations; Stevens & Winslett

Please bring your items (already heated in the pan we provide) to the church kitchen by 5:45. We will not be providing pans for pies, just side items.


Our Thanksgiving Play and Feast is a special time to come together for fellowship and developing relationships. We would like for you to invite friends who might consider CCS as an option for their family in the future, or others with whom you’d like to share our community. We are so thankful that God has provided this special community and we’d like to share what He’s doing here at Crossroads.

Please RSVP to Catherine Stevens with final numbers by November 5th. If you'd like to help in any way, please email or call Catherine or Crandall Edwards.