Gathering at City Reach.
Youth reflecting on homelessness in Boston and the experience of feeding and clothing 350 guests on Saturday Dec 16th. MV youth made and served over 350 sandwiches. Charlotte, Sarah and Gabby represented Chilmark Church.
Thanks to Kim Cottrill for organizing and Linda Coutihno for cutting greens..A great time was had Tuesday at the Community supper.
Lots of concentration while the meal went on..
The Broderick boys worked hard.
Emily kept the food coming.
Adding the “bling”.Judy is a pro.
Meanwhile a game of bananagrams complete with expert advice.
Some finished products ready for giving to neighbors.
December 3/10/17 Sundays 5 p.m. Free music and light.
December 3.. 60 or more people came to see and hear:
Symphonietta:Flute: Holly Wayman
Merrily Fenner and “Serendipity”
Aaron Jackson and The Baptist church band.
Jesse Keller and Leah Crosby
Lia KahlerFollowed by a reception fueled by Claire Ganz Dec. 10..ever more fabulous concert..
Phil Dietterich on organ..
Chris Carroll and friends. Not pictured: Jan Heyer – cello, Armen Hanjian – musical saw, Avi Lev – Irish pipes, Lia Kahler – mezzo soprano, Sean McMahon – singer/songwriter, Atzic Marquez -viola
AnticipationThe MealCharlotte, Don, Olivia, Ann, the Hannermanns and others prepared and served a three course meal for the community.
A successful Crop Walk! Team Chilmark , led by Rev. Charlotte helped feed the hungry on MV and through Church World Service.
Friday, Sept. 15 Irene Hungerford and Emily Broderick held a Fiddlers Jam Session.
They started at 6:30 with two fiddles and a mandolin.
Next came a bag of recorders: from soparino that sounded like a penny whistle to tenor..beautiful on the English harmonies.And then came a third fiddle and guitar.On the table are copies of dance tunes from jigs to quick steps to English country dances for new comers to join in. Friends and neighbors enjoyed listening.
We were so happy to have some September Friends with us.
Back lit by the door….
Special: Mary Margaret and Rodger Tracy visit Pastor Wright.
For some of us, it’s all about parking one more car.
There were plenty of customers.
We tried to keep everyone happy.