Food brings people together and we plan to make that happen as much as is safely possible in the coming weeks.

S’mores! February 13th

On Sunday, February 13th at 4:30 PM in the side yard of the church there will be a campfire for the roasting of marshmallows which can be added to the graham crackers and chocolate bars that will be available so that we can all enjoy a delicious S’more! All are invited to eat a S’more and stand by the fire and get warm.

Pancakes March 1st

The inspiration for this name of this newsletter is derived from our first pancake supper, four years ago. Everyone in town knows these are the best pancakes (secret recipe!) by far, and we are grateful to have had two in-person suppers before switching to takeout, which we will do again this year. We dream of the day when we sit together in Fellowship Hall and devour those pancakes swimming in maple syrup with a side of sausage!  Until then, swing by for pancakes on March 1st – the day before Lent (sometimes called Fat Tuesday or Shrove Tuesday).

Nancy and Tony at Pancake Supper 2021

Read with Us!

Now that we are all relatively skilled in using Zoom, we look forward to sharing impressions and thoughts during these upcoming book discussions:

  • The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah: February 17th at 7 pm
  • Monastic Truths by Joan Chittister: Thursdays beginning March 10th and ending April 7th

Subsequent book discussions will be held in Fellowship Hall:

  • Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing, Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery by Mark Charles & Soong-Chan Rah: Thursdays beginning July 14th and ending August 4th at 7 PM
  • Learning to Walk in The Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor: Thursdays beginning October 6th and ending October 27th at 7 PM.