(August 31, 2018)
Munch Lunch Bunch
Munch Lunch Bunch’s August finger food lunch was preceded by an energetic and wide-ranging session with staff members who helped with the plea: “Help! My Smart Phone Is Smarter than I Am!,” resolving a number of small techno-communication problems with patience and much laughter.
Next Munch Lunch Bunch: Thursday, Sept 20, 11 am to 1 pm, Great Hall, CLC. For more information, contact Barbara Matt 314-968-1465, email@example.com
United Methodist Women
All women are invited to attend the Tuesday, September 4 meeting of UMW. Devotions begin at 11:30 in the Great Hall of CLC followed by a salad lunch – a tasty assortment brought by the women. The program is the St. Louis Soldier’s Memorial with speaker Karen Goering. Arrangements for the speaker by Dave Schroeder. Hostesses are Kathy Dessent and Robin Tellor. Let’s start off the year by getting together again. Call Barbara Logsdon 636-376-4255 for reservations.
Baptism of Leigh Buchanan
Congratulations to Chris and Lori Buchanan and big brother Connor on the baptism of Leigh Aversman Buchanan baptized August 19th at the 9 am service.
Welcome New Member, Maggie!
Maggie Gann has been and done a lot of different things in the course of her life. She was raised on a farm near Springfield, Missouri, where her family still lives and raises beef cattle. Maggie studied music and medieval history at Drury University and theology at Boston University. Between her undergraduate and graduate degrees, she worked doing accounts receivable, first leading a team that made collection phone calls, and then leading a team that managed national advertising contracts. Until recently Maggie served as solo pastor of a small church, and she is currently listening for the next thing to which God is calling her. Maggie likes reading, hiking, wine, music, sustainable agriculture and community-driven food practices, ethics, ecumenism and inter-religious dialogue, hanging out with her niblings (nieces and nephew), the epic dramas of HBO, and the newsy stylings of John Oliver. She believes we are all creative, no matter what we were told in school, and that our creativity and diversity reflect what it means to be made in the image of God.