Posted September 27, 2019
THE TRI-PARISH COMMITTEE IS CALLING
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE TRI-PARISH COMMUNITY CHURCH
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2019
FIRST UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF HARDWICK
A VOTE REGARDING OUR FUTURE WILL BE TAKEN THAT DAY
YOUR ATTENDANCE IS NEEDED!
The Sept 21 supper was great. We fed 27 friends with spaghetti and meatballs, a fantastic salad (edible art), garlic bread, and apple crisp. A new friend we will call Chef John, brought his apple crisp and his own ice cream made with Hope’s Happy Hens eggs, his own caramel sauce and he beat the whipped cream on the spot!
Jenny Hope gave a brief talk on Mustard Seed. See info in Missions on this site. Marjie displayed the Bible Study cancer bags for Mary Lane patients.
The point is, to get our congregation together for casual conversation. When you come please look around to see if there is someone you have not chatted with before, and sit with them.
Next supper is on October 19th at 5:00 at the New Braintree Church, hosted by Alice May Lowell.
We are happy to accept homemade desserts.
*You are welcome to pick a month to host a supper. Let’s keep this going, friends.
Our Bible group is organizing “Bags for Cancer Patients” We are putting together handmade shopping bags filled with items like fuzzy socks, bookmarks, a deck of cards, a tooth brush and small tubes of tooth paste, a small blanket etc. A list and the box for your donation is available on the table in the Hardwick Universalist Church during Sunday service.
Items still needed for the Cancer Care Bags:
Biotene/Scope mouthwash – 7 small
Hand-held fans – 3
These bags will be given to Mary Lane Oncology Department in October, 2019.
A work shop was held in July to crochet caps, and line covers for our bags for cancer patients. The pattern is available to make them at home. Contact Jennifer Pollard at 845 242 0529.
Thanks to all who helped with the Plant/Food/Tag Sale
The Tri- Parish Community Church thanks everyone who helped to make our annual fund raiser on the Hardwick Common a success. ‘Special thanks to Chicken Feather Farm, Inishowen Farm, North Brookfield, Chicken Feather Farm and Stillman’s Farm in New Braintree, and the private gardeners who supplied the “home grown lovelies.”
Thanks also to those who baked goodies for the Food Sale table and those who donated items for the Tag Sale table.
Thanks to all the volunteers who set-up, waited on customers, and cleaned up afterwards.
We look forward to the Great Plant/Food/Tag Sale- May 30th and 31st, 2020.