It's a feast fit for a king.
"We have cooked over 300 pounds of turkey, so we've got tons," dinner coordinator Wendy Franklin said.
Or in this case, a community.
"We can anticipate anywhere from 300-500 people. We'll have plenty of food," Franklin said.
These volunteers worked for hours to prepare a Thanksgiving meal.
"There are people that just don't have anywhere to go, or maybe they don't have money to spend on a huge turkey dinner," Franklin said. "It just gives us the benefit to give to others who don't have enough."
"It feels good to help people who might not be able to have a Thanksgiving dinner," Dmitri Cornali said. "It just makes me feel good giving up my time with my family to do something for other families."
They say even though they're taking time away from their own Thanksgiving plans, they wouldn't have it any other way.
"It's just so exciting that everyone works together when you have a world out there that is in so much turmoil that everyone comes together as one to support the community," Franklin said.
And that's something folks like Stephen Matis appreciate.
"I think it means that some people out there actually care, they actually care to be considerate enough to prepare a meal for all of these people without a charge or anything. I thought that's really nice," he said.
All of the food is donated by members of the church.