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Christmas Tree Decorating Ministry Annual Report January 2014


This year several additions were made to the Christmas decorations for the church. New red/glass hurricane holders, candles and poinsettia rings were purchased for the window sills. We were pleased with the vibrancy of the decorations and the careful attention all parishioners made in not bumping the lighted candles. No accidents occurred!!

At the request of Father Andrew, an additional Christmas tree was purchased for the church hall. It is a 7 1/2 foot pre-lit tree with easy assembly. Using some of the extra decorations from the church, the second tree made its debut.

Decorations we're put up in the church proper, the narthex, hung outside on both buildings and in the church hall. We are looking for another person/couple who would want to take on the church hall decorations, or help in general. This person(s) would need to be available after the date of Thanksgiving to put up decorations, and again after Epiphany to take down the decorations. You could come at a time that works for you or coordinate with us. Please let Anthea know if you are interested in joining our ministry -- it only happens once a year!!

Again, it is our pleasure to adorn the church for the Nativity season!