Sunday, November 25, 2012


Our church kicked off the "Season of Hope this morning. We have several outreaches during
December, we are giving away 100 new bicycles, providing presents to children whose parents are incarcerated, caroling at several nursing homes and giving stockings to underprivileged children. 

Our choir will perform 5 programs and this is our beautiful backdrop.

The blue stained windows were purchased a few months ago by a choir member from a church who was rebuilding.

Finishing decorating my home today for the holidays.
Have a wonderful week.
Linking with for Blue Monday
and for Seasonal Sundays


Kathleen said...

That is wonderful. We gift to over 200 families, people are so generous, each person gets a gift, children get clothes and a toy, and a Christmas dinner.
Here from Seasonal Sunday.

The Tablescaper said...

It's wonderful to hear of all the great things done at this time of year for those less fortunate.

Beautiful windows.

Great to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

SmilingSally said...

What a beautiful setting to worship. Those windows are blue-tiful!

Thanks for sharing.

Happy Blue Monday, Ann.

Karen said...

Gorgeous windows!

Cafe au lait said...


I played too. Mine are here and here.

LV said...

We have pretty stained glass windows in our church as well. That is wonderful thing being done for the children.

Chubskulit Rose said...


As always, your comment makes me giddy!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Ann, from your comment to me it sounds like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

The information about your church's outreach to those less fortunate in this post also sounds wonderful. That is the true "reason for the season"! God bless.

Black Jack's Carol said...

That backdrop is gorgeous. I'm especially fond of the colour blue and also love choral music. Perhaps, one day you will video your choir and post it here. Did I ask you before if you sing alto or soprano? Your enthusiasm for the Christmas season shines through your post, and as you say, the gifts and donations will bring hope to many families.

Luna Miranda said...

the stained glass windows are beautiful. a lovely backdrop, indeed.

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