For some of us, it’s all about parking one more car.
There were plenty of customers.
We tried to keep everyone happy.
Work by Seth Gauley.
Before: Shingles falling off wall. Wrinkled surface.
The back is yet to be done but looks the same.
Close up of stripped wall.
Antique horizontal boards.
NEW SHINGLES, READY TO PAINT.
Spring Work Day, Work done with spirit!It always starts with the terrace. Gabby was on it!
Genc was also dedicated to the terrace. Vicky took a break from preparing lunch to weed .
Claire and Emily weeded all the beds on the sunny side of the Ed. Building.
Chris and Danny dragged weeds and clippings to the compost pile.
Clark and Tim raked tons of gravel off the grass and patched driveway holes.
After planting snap dragons here and there, Sarah and Andy fixed the amazing circular sandwich!
George getting ready to tackle the upper driveway.Andrue after battling the Japanese knot weed.
Pam and Emily, singing buddies. It’s almost time to go! George raking up plowed gravel while Clark mows the rough edges.
After a sunrise service, a breakfast, a 9 o’clock service and an egg hunt..A picture to remember Easter morning. A joyful day!
Everyone had plenty and looks what’s left…Shepherd’s pie, peppers and sausage, frittata, American chop suey, chili bean soup with roasted kernels of corn, salad, bread.. Desert was Valentine fluff( cherries and whipped cream and pineapple) and undercooked brownies, ice cream and home made sugar cookies.
Bananagrams after supper. Good company.
Friday evening. Making centerpieces for the Holiday Flea Market.
Meanwhile Julie and Jen were busy in the Sanctuary decorating for Christmas.
DECEMBER 10..Ready and Waiting for lunch customers.
In the lunch room….
And then the orchestra started playing!! What a job Annette, Katy and Kathy did organizing the day! They set the course, steered the ship and put their oars in when needed..A great team effort!
Claire and Angie sell a centerpiece.
The church at rest. All decorated. Wreaths hung by Ann.
It’s Advent and we’re getting prepared. Now, all take a breath and, as Arlene used to say, “O, Holy Babe of Bethlehem, Come, take birth in our hearts.”
Such serious business at Chilmark Community Church. Not really, but we were taking our job seriously. Getting ready for Nov. 20 Church Conference.
What a fabulous concert! Pictured in front of the church, left to right, Armen Hanjian (musical saw), Lia Kahler (mezzo- soprano), Phil Dietterich (organ) and Richard Gordon (piano). Photo by Lynn Cristoffers
The concert and silent auction before it raised almost $10,000 for the Food Pantry and the All Island Clergy winter homeless shelter program.