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  • Church Pew News: February 16, 2024

    Church Pew News: February 16, 2024

    THIS SUNDAY WORSHIP  You are invited to join us for First Sunday in Lent February 18th at 9:00am, in person or Zoom. Unfortunately Rev. Charlotte has tested positive for Covid so Sean McMahon will be leading worship and songs. The theme will be From Baptism to Wilderness based on Psalm 25:1-10 and Mark 1:9-15.  Sean will be bringing…

  • Birthday Tea Party

    Birthday Tea Party

    Feb 3rd, 3 mothers and grandmothers rented the Fellowship Hall for 3 ,7yr old girls’ joint birthday party. The photos speak for themselves. The hall underwent a complete transformation but when they departed, you’d never know they had been there. Perfect guests. Stage getting set. The girls get seated. Before and after. THAT’S A TEA…

  • Third Offering of Music and Light.

    Third Offering of Music and Light.

    The last for the season OFFERING OF MUSIC AND LIGHT WAS FEBRUARY 4. Mark and Molly performed and then, after the supper reception that Claire prepared, they broadcast their show “Songs from the Sea”. Dan read some wonderful poems and sang and played two original songs. After all the entertainment ended food was served. A…

  • Christmas Eve

    Christmas Eve

    Lovely service. Community friends gathered at 5 for 8 lessons and carols. Some musicians cancelled at the last minute because of illness so we didn’t get the Bach on cello but Sean MacMahon sang his heart out on ‘Mary Did You Know? filling the sanctuary with sound” to open the service. Mary McConneloug sang a…

  • Christmas Flea

    Christmas Flea

    It was a good day, nice vendors, happy customers and Fun Church table. Sarah and Ann, decked out for the holly. So many beautiful helpers!

  • Make 2, Keep 1

    Make 2, Keep 1

    Thursday December 14…Raw materials were stacked on the floor.. Then the elves came and assembled the pieces… They made over 40 center pieces and a number of green swags. They will be on sale at the Christmas Flea Market at the Community Center on Saturday, the 16th.