Our Christmas party with our friends from the Bloomfield ARC home. Our guests joined us for church on the morning of December 13th. Then we moved into Fellowship Hall where all joined in for a Christmas sing-a-long. Of course there was a lot of great food to eat and then Christmas presents were given out! The smiles tell us we all had a great time.
In June 2017 our choir nearly doubled in size! Our guests are the puppets of our Puppets to Pew ministry! Notice that all the puppets sing with their mouths nice and wide and they are all looking at the director! They are well trained. It was such fun to have them join us for the morning's anthem!
What a wonderful way to start the new year--celebrating Norma Glamack's 96th birthday!
Happy Birthday Norma!
June 2017: Thank you to our Trustees who researched putting railings on our stairs in the sanctuary! The job is finished and they look great. We will not be afraid to climb those stairs now. Also, thank you to Larry Messner who stained them to perfectly match the older railings..
Caroling at Bloomfield Meadows - December 15th
We went caroling at Bloomfield Meadows. It's such a joy to go through the halls, knocking on doors and wishing everyone a Merry Christmas. Some of the folks walked with us and joined in the caroling making it so much fun!
And Missy the cat came out of her apartment and enjoyed the singing. Molly, our therapy dog, was there with Larry and she behaved very well when she saw the cat!
Holiday Fair - November 2015
Thank you to Bev Clark and Lujza Rockcastle who led up this successful fund raiser. Many hands came together to provide our table with oodles of yummy pies to sell. Although the day of the pie back is hard word we had such fun together as we rolled and filled the shells!
Our Annual Choir Picnic - July 2016
Our annual Choir picnic was hosted by Marilyn Shafer. As always the food was terrific and the company was fun! Thank you Marilyn for having us!
June 2017: Thank you to the Deacons who spearheaded a project for the Morgan Scott Project. We have supported the Morgan Scott Project for several years. The program supports people of low or no income in Morgan and Scott counties in East Tennessee. They do amazing things and we are proud to support them by sending our dollars to help their programs, collecting and sending seeds to support their Good Earth program and this year we collected and sent items for the backpack program that provides school supplies to the school children in need.
Family Fun: Game Day - July 2016
Family Life Pot luck picnic lunch and games was July 10, 2016. After a picnic type lunch we divided into groups to play a variety of games. Laughter and sometimes groans were heard as we played the games!
First Congregational Church of East Bloomfield
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