Our community group has adopted four stations for Ethnos Church’s Stations of the Cross event. It’s been fun working together and using our individual strengths to prepare our group’s stations.
It was Josiah’s first time in family worship at Ethnos Church on Sunday. I think he enjoyed it as well as can be expected for a new environment with a bunch of people around and after picking him up from his nap and throwing him in the car to drive there. The grogginess was just about wearing off as we left the gathering.
I was blessed to have him with us as we gathered as a community. It was a bit distracting having to attend to him while listening to the message, but worth it.
I really appreciate that Ethnos makes the effort to invest in kids as a valued part of the the church community.
Our street had a National Night Out party today. It’s nice to meet some of the people that I don’t run into much.
We had two different police visits. Not because we were being rowdy mind you, but because it was an official National Night Out party. We were all bummed that a fire truck didn’t come visit us though.
Today was one of those “good” days. Had a bunch of friends come over to our house. We offered it as a staging area for the Alpenrose Dairy Easter Egg Hunt. It was good to have a bunch of friends over and have a mess of kids running around the house.