Fall Harvest Dinner

2022 Fall Harvest Dinner & Auction

with Art and Silent Auctions

Paintings by Pastor Stanley Reep

October 8, 2022 – 5:30 p.m.


25 West Springettsbury Avenue

York, Pennsylvania

(717) 843-8155

Website:  stpaulsyork.org


All proceeds benefit – St. Paul’s Community Outreach

(Pantry and Preschool)

Tickets $100.00 per person

Group tables are available

It isn’t too early to be thinking about the Fall Harvest Dinner.  Tickets go on sale May 8.  The “American Heritage” theme of the 2022 calendar is giving shape to the menu.  It will be again be prepared by Chef Brandon Hufnagel from the Glen Rock Mill Inn.  The cuisine will be totally different as the theme implies than the last two dinners we have had.  The committee is working on the event and as details are finalized will be posted on the webpage.   

Paintings by:  Pastor Stanley Reep

Stan is the Pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, in York, Pennsylvania.  He earned his BFA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and his Master of Divinity from Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary in 1988 and has served at St. Paul’s since 2004.  Pastor Reep and his wife, Emily, and family live in York.  All paintings have been donated by Pastor Reep to benefit St. Paul’s Community Food Pantry and Preschool.

Returning Chef:  Brandon C. Hufnagel – Born and raised in Glen Rock, Brandon moved back to the family farm just outside of the town of Glen Rock.  Glen Rock has a wonderful and historic story to tell and the Glen Rock Mill Inn is a very important part of that history for Brandon.  At the age of 15, his first job was washing dishes and help with prep work at the Mill.  This started his culinary career and led Brandon to attend the Culinary Institute of America in 1995.  Through the years he has been involved with many establishments such as The Yorktown Hotel, the Belvedere Inn, Regents Glen Country Club and Rockfish Public House. Today, Brandon looks forward to successful ownership and operation of the Glen Rock Mill Inn.

The Fall Harvest Dinner Committee is not able to pull off an affair like this without physical help. From the last two dinners we have learned that we need more physical support from the congregation. Committee members relied heavily on family members and personal friends to bring together an event which brought great attention to our Food Pantry and Preschool ministry.  There are a variety of tasks that need to be accomplished; some well in advance, some the day before, and some the evening of the dinner. Before your fall schedule is set, please volunteer to help, purchase a ticket/sponsor a table, and or donate an item of value for the silent auction. You may contact any member of the planning committee to gain clarity of the tasks associated with the Fall Harvest Dinner or to purchase tickets.  Please play a part in some aspect of this years dinner and auction. As our neighbors need  food and children in the community need preschool, you are needed to achieve our greatest potential with this event.

 Original Water Color Paintings by Pastor Reep, Professionally Matted and Framed being auctioned off the evening of the event.  Professionally Matted and Framed (Dimensions provided are framed size.)

Current Active Planning Committee Members: Ann Anstadt, Becky Bingham, Linda Hanson, Earline Jones, and Pastor Reep.