Thanks to Ann and Lia and Nancy for manning the indoors while all the wildness went on outside.
What a wonderful morning! So many workers. Many lovely children.
Thanks to Julie, Kim, Sarah, Emily, Peter, Andrew, Janet, Seongmoon, Bob and Irene, Fran and Larsen’s fish market for ice, Kristine and Joe for the goats.
Arlene brought her wonderful friends with her. Jim Thomas sang an uplifting rendition of “There is a Balm in Gilead” . Susan Klein gave the children’s sermon which the adult congregation found riveting. It involved two farmers and a lost calf and a stream and a fence, an itinerant carpenter who just happened to be a peace maker and a bridge.
Arlene’s preaching was lively and timely as usual. We’re not to doubt our ability to carry on with our church mission. Doubt is not the opposite of faith but fear is, she reminded us.
It was a great night to introduce 11 neighbors and church members about Kimchi which is a Korean traditional fermented side dish.
Every one had a chance to make and taste it by themselves. And they took the Kimchi that they made home.
Thanks to God for the beautiful night sharing Kimchi with our neighbors.
A good group met for making centerpieces for the Church table at the Flea.
Saturday, the 14th
Don and Laurie man the church table at the Flea. Again, Kim had it all organized for us.
Judy and Kathy and Ted setting up kitchen for lobster rolls and clam chowder.
November 26 was the last Pizza night for 2013. The Ruimerman family, especially Tom, made spaghetti, ziti and lasagna. It was fabulous.
Margaret made a beautiful salad. Kathie C. garlic bread. Judy M. a long tray of cream puffs.
And there were Chilmark Chocolates by Mary Beth and friends.
THANK YOU JULIE FOR A GREAT SEASON OF PIZZAS!
The gutters got cleaned (thanks to Don, Clark, Tim and Genc). The kitchen reorganized(Ann D.and Genc)! Summer fans put in attic(Seongmoon). Storm windows on Parsonage closed.
And, see below, the dead dogwood stump was dug out and the bed all weeded.
In the end, Genc got out the metal basket that had protected the root of the tree when it was young. A very big project!
Some Japanese knotweed got dealt with but not all. A good, productive hour.