On Sunday morning at 8:30 there is a non-denominational worship service. It is characterized by old-fashioned Gospel music and preaching. The Mill has also been the site of many weddings, memorial services, banquets, retreats, reunions, birthdays, and other venues. The bright and modern upstairs Houser Room is utilized for special events.
(Image: lower level chapel area)
In 'normal' times, the Mill has its "Pataha Valley Praise Gatherings" on the last Saturday of each month, at 7 p.m., preceded by dinner. We are trusting that we may soon resume these wonderful times of praise to our blessed Lord! Please call to confirm these gatherings.
A special event at the Mill each year is our "Hometown Revival Old-Time Gospel Sing," held on the 4th Sunday of August at 3 p.m. These are times of encouragement and edification, with old-fashioned Gospel music and testimonies. New participants are always welcome. Our 24th "Hometown Revival" is scheduled for Sunday, August, at 3 p.m. Like last year, it is possible we will hold it outside in the Prayer Park. Again, please call to confirm.
A number of recordings are available at the Mill (by donation). Best-known is the reverently-played "SpiritFLow," by Mill director Jon Van Vogt, and produced by our friend Kevin Wakefield. With a variety of favorite old hymns, "SpiritFlow" has found its way around the world, and is used for prayer and healing, often in hospitals, senior facilities, and hospice.
Folks love our Mill-made dressing, "Mill House." We not only put it on salads, but marinate meat and other things with it. It is non-dairy, with no sugar, and is naturally delicious. Currently it is available fresh, rather than processed, so it needs refrigeration. Call to confirm its availability.
Currently, our Retreat House ("Harvest House") is unavailable.