Now we are in the thick of things. December is a most active month. It
is likely you can skip exercise class, because you will be jogging up
and down isles, bending low and high to reach items on shelves, running
for a place in line, and crawling home late at night in exhaustion.
Don*t forget to breath deeply, and remember the reason for the season.
Thank you to the church decorators, spearheaded by Phyllis Layman. It is
nice to have volunteers with the creative touch! You bring joy to the
Two Trees of Dreams are in the Fellowship Hall, wanting your attention.
Wishes come true for many children when you choose ornament cards off of
them and fill requests. Thank you Mindy and Phyllis for arranging the
The Children*s Pageant will be the second week of Advent, or Sunday the
7th. So much thought and love the young ones give to this display of
faith at the altar. A show not to be missed! Thank you Mary for
directing the cast.
Then, join the card-making workshop after the service that day. The
more the merrier. Joan, Marcia and Mindy are providing all the
supplies: paper, trimmings, embossing tools, stamps, inks, samples and
so forth. This is a chance to be creative without having to invest in
all the stuff needed to pull it off.
The Christmas Eve service is at 4 o*clock in the afternoon. And the New
Year*s Eve get-together at Marcia*s home on the Bluff Road begins at 6
o*clock. In January, Mel Hurst will fill in for Pastor Blaine on the 4th.
If you are wanting an official letter to send to past congregations to
profess your affiliation with our church, please see Joan or Pastor
Blaine. And start thinking: Annual Meeting (in January).
Marcia Little, Secretary
This Sunday, December 7th is the Children’s Pageant, you won’t want to miss!
Then, join the card making workshop after the service. Supplies will be provided, come join the fun!