The benefit concert offered Sunday by Judith Thomas, our music director and solo concert pianist, and Lucy Manning, a retired violin and orcestra professor who continues to teach violin, raised $400 and delighted the 40 who attended with a program of exciting and emotional music by Bach, Brahams, Kreisler, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven and St. Seans. “I am no music critic, but judging from the clapping, the swaying bodies, the happy faces, and the ear-to-ear grins, I would say the program was a smashing success,” says Bev Lawson, Stewardship Committee Chair.
All ages and family friendly community service projects sponsored by Religious Exploration.
Powered by nine performers who took to the stage in the sanctuary last Saturday night, our first Fall Fest raised $2800 through the sale of tickets, desserts, and wine.
The Governance Task Force (GTF) has taken the time to rewrite the bylaws, and the Board of Trustees approved them at the October board meeting. The next step is a Congregational vote at the Annual Meeting.
Our first RE Service project, which began last Sunday, will have its last collection this Sunday, November 17th.
Monday, November 18, 6pm. The November read is “Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk” by Kathleen Rooney.
Call for Volunteers
Volunteers needed for a variety of tasks for our Holiday Food Sale!
The Care Team is in need of a few drivers who might be able to occasionally provide a ride to services.