Author Archives: Elizabeth Landers

Pie Baking Workshop – Saturday, November 7th, 8:30am

pieCalling all pie makers, crust rollers, and apple peelers!! If you can peel apples, mix the filling and/or make pie crusts, or if you have ever wanted to learn how, please join us in the Parish Hall on Saturday, November 7th for our annual pie-baking workshop for what has become a yearly tradition of making the best homemade apple and blueberry pies around, just in time for folks to buy for the holidays!!
Even if you can only stop in for an hour or two of peeling or mixing, do come and join in the fun. We will start at 8:30am and go until we are finished. Coffee and breakfast pastries will be provided for breakfast, and there will be a light lunch served around noon.
Donations of fresh apples, frozen blueberries, sugar or flour (or funds to help purchase supplies) are also welcomed. If there are any volunteers willing to make a large batch of soup for lunch, it would truly be appreciated. This year any pies that have not sold by Thanksgiving weekend will be sold at the Christmas Fair to raise additional funds. If you have any questions and/or you can help with donations, please contact Liz Landers (use the Contact Us form and select Pie Baking Workshop from the “To be contacted” menu). Hope to see you there!!

Third Annual Parish-Wide Breakfast!!

breakfast_graphicCome one, come all, to the 3rd annual parish breakfast hosted by the Parish Life Committee, being brought back by popular demand! It is a delicious hot breakfast including eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, two types of strata, as well as breads, fruits, muffins, juice and coffee.

 

Food will be served between the two services on Sunday morning, January 25th, beginning at 9am. Put this event on your calendar with a reminder so that you remember it — you’ll be glad you did. Hope to see you all there!!

Annual Welcome Back Cookout, Sunday, Sept 7th

church_cookoutThe Sunday after Labor Day, the Parish Life Committee will be hosting the annual Welcome Back cookout. It is the beginning of our church school program year as well as other regular activities that tend to “go on vacation” during the summer. There will be hot dogs, hamburgers, etc. served in the inner courtyard following the 10am service (or in the Parish Hall in the case of inclement weather). If you would like to bring a salad or a dessert to share it will be greatly appreciated; everything else will be provided.

Hope to see you all there!!