Saturday, February 11: If you got near to the Fellowship Hall you’d hear rock music playing and smell sausage or bacon and paint fumes in the air. Brian Kennedy and his crew of eight painters were in action. After a community breakfast, the Community Correction crew will be finishing the main room today and have the blue tape down and the switch plates back on.
( The foggy exposure is not smoke but a cold camera lens. )
When thanked for this energy and work, Brian replied that they all appreciated our prayers. Lets keep Brian, his wife Susan, and all those he works with in prayer.
Here’s a photo of the heat exchange on the old furnace that had to be replaced.
Brennan and Co. installed the new one.
Sandra Bittermann Atwood tuning harp in church Saturday morning before the furnace went out.
The harp was retuned in the cold later before the furnace decided to work and the congregation arrived at 5:30. Musicians warmed their hands as best they could and made wonderful music for the candle light service. Thanks to Sandy, Carol Loud and Helen Stratford.
Saturday, December 17
Kim Cottrill, Kathie Carroll and Emily Broderick put together a beautiful table of Christmas items for sale.
The congregation met to vote on a new mission project.
There was a unanimous vote to support Connie Teixiera’s mission to the homeless on M.V.
It was hard to photograph the enthusiasm of the musicians and the audience. There was a wonderful audience, from young music students who got to speak with the musicians after the concert, to friends from Windermere on a recreational outing. The concert netted over $600 for our music fund.
Standing Ovation as musicians take bow.
After the lesson, budding architects!
Sorry it was out of focus! A great tower.