Read the opening message from Pastor Johanna below or click here to download a PDF of the full edition from FPCC’s website.
|Holidays can get lonely for Michael and me as our families are, for the most part, in Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, and the Washington, D.C. area. Holidays can also feel like “much ado about nothing,” insofar as we both love big holiday meals, but find cooking these just for ourselves anticlimactic. (The ratio of kitchen time to the actual meal is pretty skewed in our two-person household!)
So it was with delight that we decided to host both a Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner on campus this year for people from the Heritage and Towers, who, like ourselves, might have found spending their holidays on their own a little depressing.
Some things we learned in the course of these endeavors:
Some people we want to express our gratitude to:
Interested in getting involved or being included in the next round of meals? Michael and I had such a good time at Thanksgiving and Christmas we are looking forward to inviting folks from the Heritage, Towers and FPCC to join us this Easter for ham with all the fixings.
Pastor Johanna McCune Wagner