Janice and Shelly fixed a delicious St Patrick’s Day lunch. This day commemorates St Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland. Why wear green? It is said St Patrick used the shamrock to teach the trinity. Also, leprechauns can’t see green so you won’t get pinched if you wear green? Regardless of the traditions, celebrating Christianity is always a good day. Happy St Patrick’s Day Josalyn likes helping with Meals on Wheels. Janice, Charlie, and Kay have to keep each other straight on where to deliver. Stay warm!! Prayers for Ukraine
Lucy and Kim fixed goulash, roasted potatoes, peas and homemade cookies. Deborah, Les, and Charles delivered. Lord, hear our prayers for those who are grieving and for those that are sick. Amen 🙏🏼 Cheryl, Donna, and Kim made chicken n spaghetti, Mexican corn, green beans, rolls, and Polly’s Fruit Cake Cookies. Janice, Shelly, and Charlie delivered. Ecclesiastes tells us ‘to everything there is a season (appointed time) and a time for every purpose under heaven.’ Today was a time to bundle up and be a blessing. Stay warm.
Meals on Wheels chili, corn bread, red velvet cupcake, and fruit salad! Wishing everyone merry and Blessed Christmas! Doug and Suzette Munson, and Jennifer DeMoss prepare meals for distribution for our Meals on Wheels. Gaye Dickens and her helper prepare goodie bags for the Meals on Wheels recipients!
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, isn’t it? A season ripened by anticipation. We’re waiting for the big day to come — a day sure to be full of joy, reflection and peace. Right? You’re likely thinking I’m alluding to Christmas Day — which, in our United Methodist Tradition, we observe on December 25 (like most other Christian denominations). Culturally that seems to be the big focus this time of year. In the church, our congregations are preparing for their Christmas observances and celebrations. The time leading up to Christmas is known as “Advent”. It might jar some to learn that Advent only kind of partially has anything to do with Christmas. It is a time of heavy anticipation. It focuses on waiting for a big occurrence. But the anticipated occurrence or event is not actually fully realized on Christmas. During Advent we’re anticipating the full realization of … Read More
Thanksgiving came early for Meals on Wheels. Barb and Jo fixed pork loin, potatoes, vegetables, cranberry salad, roll, and sugar cookie. Janice, Shelly, Les, and Deborah delivered. Happy Thanksgiving! “It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into it.” – Mother Teresa It takes a village! This group is faithful to coordinate and deliver for our Meals on Wheels day. The Sisters made soup, chicken salad sandwiches, and sopapilla cheesecake. Thanks to all our veterans!
FUMC Alvord is looking for a pianist. The ideal candidate is one who has experience playing in worship and working with small church choirs. The job entails playing in weekly worship and during choir practice on Wednesday evenings. This position also requires working with individuals and ensembles for special music for worship as well as well as playing for additional seasonal worship services and events.
Legend Bank of Alvord bought enchilada lunches for our Meals on Wheels folks. This group had fun delivering them. Special thanks to Margaret and all the employees at Legend for all they do for our community. In memory of Polly Elliott, Cheryl, Donna, and Kim fixed some of Polly’s favorites — turkey and dressing, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, pecan pies, and rolls. Deborah, Les, and Charlie delivered the meal to our MOW.Thanks to Erica and Veronica for keeping us organized. “More love to Thee, O Christ!” Donna and Lucy fixed fried chicken, cream potatoes, fancy beans, rolls, and cookies. Janice, Shelly and Danielle love delivering and saying hi to our Meals on Wheels community. “For it is in giving that we receive.” ~ Francis of Assisi Julia and Jodi fixed tuna salad, fruit, and stained glass jello for dessert. Les and Deborah love delivering to the Meals on Wheels folks. … Read More