Peace Lutheran Church and Community Arts508/358-7110Sunday worship at 9:30 a.m.
Coffee 10:30 a.m.
Education 11:00 a.m.
Family Promise Host Weeks begin Sunday, October 13, 2019
Today, on the Sunday of Michael and all Angels, we prayed for police officers in our towns. Michael is the patron saint of police officers. Corinne helped some of our faith formation students make a thank-you banner, with a drawing of St. Michael in the middle, for the police officers in Wayland. One of the officers who received the banner, and the food we brought, showed us the St. Michael medallion he wears around his neck. It was a gift from his father, a police officer in Connecticut. Thank you to our talented, creative students, to Corinne, and to Carrie and Chris, for their help and support.
Ruth Maxant is sharing her goats with us. The goats are clearing the underbrush around the edges of the property! This is an experiment in underbrush and invasive plant clearing, and an exercise in the care and appreciation of animals.
Sunday, September 8
Rally Day and the first day of Faith Formation classes. We will say a prayer of blessing for the students, their teachers and their parents.
Saturday and Sunday, September 14 – 15
Goats from Ruth Maxant’s farm are scheduled to be here to help us clear brush around the perimeter of our property. Some of you have indicated your interest in helping with the goats. There will be a meeting after church to talk about what kind of help we need, and to set a schedule for looking after the goats.
Sunday, September 15
Choir breakfast and first choir rehearsal. New choir singers are always welcome.
Sunday, September 15
Golf with friends from Peace, after church. Time and place to be announced. Speak to Dave S. for more information.
A volunteer at A Place to Turn in Natick receives vegetables from our garden. Stephanie dug the potatoes and the onions, and planted beets. Mary Ann and Ron have worked in the garden recently.
Congratulations to Jonathan and Bruce on the release of their latest CD!
These lilies, planted and tended by Emilie, are in bloom in the Peace garden.
Stephanie Smoot weeded the vegetable garden Sunday after church. Weeders are needed through the rest of the summer. Contact Stephanie for instructions and support. email@example.com
Tim Smith removed the remaining parts and pieces of our organ this week. Our new organ is being assembled in Portageville, New York. Tim and his crew will return in early August to begin on-site assembly of our new organ.
The organ committee met Monday to talk about learning opportunities, recitals and dedicatory events to mark the installation of our new organ. It will be a fall of celebration of and for our community of faith.
Karen was born in Glen Cove, New York and was baptized at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Glen Head, New York. She is a graduate of Muhlenberg College. She works in the advancement office at the Fenn School in Concord.