The third annual event begins at 11 a.m. and last until 7 p.m.
Plates go for $7 and will filled with turkey and dressing, cranberry sauce,
green beans, candied yams, a roll and dessert.
The men of the church will be baking 35 turkeys with the women will handle the "fixings" according to Connie Coleman, one of the plate sale organizers.
"There a lot of churches offering barbecue plates so we thought turkey plates would be a nice change and also a way to get people in the mood for fall," she said.
Coleman said people can enjoy dine in or take away. The church will provide delivery for 10 or more orders. The church hopes to sell as many as 1,000 plates.
"We just want everyone to come out and enjoy a big turkey plate and good fellowship," Coleman said.
There will also be a holiday craft store on Friday.
"It is a craft and bake sale with all kind of things for sale," Coleman said. "There will be homemade cakes and pies and jellies and items like scarves and Christmas ornaments just to name a few."
The church will also be selling its own cookbook called "Favorites from the Church in the Pines." It contains 300 recipes contributed by past and current church members and friends of the church.
Proceeds from the sale will go for improvements at the church, which is located off U.S.74 in Laurel Hill.
Call 462 2465 for further information.