What’s New At Little Flowers

Hello!  My name is Kathryn and I belong to Little Flowers.  I noticed that this website is a bit lacking in posts, so I thought that I would do something about it.  How does a little update sound?  In an effort to keep things short and concise I shall only document 3 new and exciting things.

1.  Jamie and Kim have brought their son, Micah, home at long last.  In mid-August Kim traveled to Ethiopia to bring him home.  Micah (who turned 4 in November) loves airplanes, cars, and pizza.  He also loves to laugh.  He does not like girls (we know this to not be true, but don’t tell him that I said so).  We like him a lot.

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2.  Little Flower’s has changed our starting time!  In an attempt to be more family-friendly we have been experimenting with a new start time.  Our potlucks start at 5 o’clock now (still on Sunday nights), and the rest of worship begins at 6 o’clock.

3.  We have just hosted our very first Newcomer’s Tuesday for Little Flowers.  We have had a few new people join us regularly, so the leadership team decided to have a night of sharing the story and journey of Little Flowers.  It was a celebration too, so there were balloons and cake!  We look forward to more nights of story-telling!

Well.  Those are my 3 things to tell.  Thanks for reading!  (And yes, I realize that I use a lot more exclamation points than Jamie, and I’m perfectly ok with that.)

P.S.  If you’re interested in reading our bulletin for the month of May, you can click here.  Yay!

One Response to “What’s New At Little Flowers”

  1. Judie Schnell Says:

    I really enjoyed reading the book The Cost of Community, but it sure made feel like an inadequate Christian… It seems to be quite a struggle for me..The picture above of your family Jamie is precious…May God always be with you and those you love and care for….Shalom and Peace to you and yours….

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