Can you believe that it’s almost Easter?
Hamm’s wants everyone to know that they have spiral cut, honey glazed Easter hams available for sale on their website here.
I passed by St. Peter’s Episcopal Church this morning and there was a crew of church members out working on the grounds, sprucing up for a visit from their bishop tomorrow, Palm Sunday. It was amazing walking by as everyone was working and I could hear others inside singing, practicing. There was such a wonderful feeling of excitement in the air and one of the people there said that they would be having in a donkey for the kids. I hope they have a wonderful Palm Sunday.
St. Peter’s is a very active community member, offering annual treats like pancakes and portraits with Santa and other events throughout the year. It is also a beautiful building. The front of the building has beautiful stained glass that would look so lovely with the church lit inside. Their Easter services will be at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00.
I walked by the old church on Davis Street because I’d noticed a sign up advertising something for Easter there as well.
The group that bought the church is a fairly new congregation called VLife, currently over in Adriatica. The sign is advertising an Easter play called “Conversations” that will be performed at 10:30 on Easter Sunday. Billing George Fuller as “The Devil” and Jon Lee as God, this looks like it could be really cute in a C.S. Lewis kind of way. The play is $10 for adults and $5 for kids. I’m assuming the play will be performed at their Adriatica location because this site still looks like it needs a lot of TLC before it can entertain guests. A catered brunch will be served immediately following the play. For more information, check out their Facebook page.
Until next time,