- canned fruit (not pears) and applesauce
- cold cereal, especially non/low sugar varieties
- rice and pasta mixes
- baked beans
- canned beans — all varieties
- canned pasta
- pasta sauces — marinara, pesto, alfredo, meat
- jelly — all varieties
- canned soup
- canned tomatoes
- canned veggies (not peas or beets)
- baking mixes — brownies, cookies, cakes, pancake/waffle, muffins, etc
- granola bars
- condiments — mustard, ketchup, oils, bbq or steak sauce (not mayo)
- coffee and tea
- shelf stable beverages — milk, juice, etc
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Why virtual Sunday Services and what about Eucharist?
March 17 St. Paul’s (Bantam) – Love Conquers All (John 17:24)
We hope to resume in two weeks time. 3.13.20
9:45am – 10:30am
This past Wednesday, a group gathered on the lawn in front of Saint Michael’s for a Church picnic. Topping the menu was homemade pizza, baked in ovens made from modified rubbish cans. A couple of passers-by stopped to join us on the way along their journey from somewhere to somewhere else. The food was delightful, and more-so also was the companionship!
There’s always a bit of time when we pause, stopping along the way to share some nurture, a slice, a smile, a kind word or two. These are the ingredients of prayer in action.
-Rev. Deacon Amy Reichman, St. Michael’s