This set of 5 posts comes at a time where self-isolation is now our norm. A word not familiar to us just a week ago.
I'm not sure what order these 5 posts will appear in, but I have time now to actually get to these past events and felt it ok to publish them to remind us of what was and what will once again be D.V.
Our world is changing by the hour at times.
Unprecedented times but our God is in control!
So, enjoy the events, and if you want to go back and read about previous events, feel free : )
We all have more time on our hands for now.
This is the first Sunday evening gathering of our youth group in the home of one of our Congregational members. I offered that as an option about 1/2 way through our year to offer a time different from Tuesday evenings for gathering together. The hope was to allow those who were having a harder time meeting with us on Tuesdays to come out and gather with us.
The event was well attended, and we hope to offer this again once our world settles down and social distancing is no longer necessary.
As the group entered the home of John and Annette, John put individuals to work preparing pizza ingredients.
It almost looks like a pancake breakfast gathering. : )
John giving instructions.
Adelle seems to be having fun? : )
Not all were able to work...or wanted to?
Not sure : )
Then John said, "If you aren't doing anything in the Kitchen, it's time to get out." : ) So they did.
Pineapples Kendra!!!! My fav!
As the pizza's cooked, games broke out.
Settlers? An older version.
Emma getting the crusts ready.
Grade 12's socializing over a game.
Ready for toppings.
Josh getting the sauce going. An art : )
Ryne and Lewis putting on the pepperoni.
The finished product.
They turned out goooooodly : )
We ate and played games at the same time.
And a new game I forget the name of.
But LOTS of fun.
We were hoping to have another gathering in April, but things have definitely changed so that has been postponed.
Hopefully, we will be able to hold this again sooner than later.
Enjoy the other posts and any other posts you may want to go back to.
Lots of great memories of events in the past. : )