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Friday, May 31, 2013

2013 Graduation Service



On June 2 we'll celebrate the achievement of this year's high school graduates: 

                      Brooklin, Kate, Nick, and Nastassja

This is your chance to offer a memory of their Christian walk as well as pray over them as they advance to the next stage of their journey. 


A delicious Pot Blessing will follow the service.

You're welcome to check out the quilts in the foyer, one specially made for each graduate so they know they are loved and remembered in prayer every night and each morning. 




Saturday, May 18, 2013

Mother's Day 2013

Hopefully this will work as I've been having technical difficulties blogging these past few months...


Last Sunday, the mother's of our congregation were treated to a scrumptious breakfast here at Church on the Hill in honor of Mother's Day. We'd been told it would be provided by the men. It was a delightful surprise then to find not only men, but the youth and Sunday School helping out as well. 

Kate, Joelle, and Peter in back, with Ireland in front.  COTH 2013

Trays of fresh fruit, baked ham, pancakes, and eggs.  COTH 2013

Oranges, watermelon, cantaloupe, and pineapples.  COTH 2013 

Mother's Day Buffet at COTH, May 12, 2013

Doug Pelletier, Pastor Lorne, Peter Brown and Joelle, COTH 2013

A big thank you going out to Peter Brown and his girls, Joelle and Ireland, as well as Kate Wolstenholme who were the yummy cooking crew. And thanks as well to Doug Pelletier and Pastor Lorne Bonk for helping out wherever needed. And they even cleaned up.

I tell you honestly, your serving spirit is appreciated.


When breakfast was over, the church enjoyed a couple specials for this Mother's Day occasion. The following videos are also available on the Church on the Hill YouTube channel.

First was Brooklin Deilschneider with the blessing of a poem and scripture reading. 





Then Noah Glover blessed us by playing As The Deer first alone, and then - for the first time - as an accompaniment to the congregation. I think one of the hardest things is to have the courage to play an instrument in public, and shortly on the heels of that is to play it well as others sing along.





Thank you Brooklin and Noah, and again to everyone else who made this day special.