A BLC ministry for those who are "AARP age" or empty nesters.
Planning Meetings: 3rd Wednesday of the month at 9:30am in the Fellowship Hall.
Next meeting: September 18, 9:30am
Next outing: September 25, join us for a trip to the Amish area for lunch and fellowship. Sign up at the church.
All are welcome! If you can tie a knot, you can help!
Meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month, starting at 9:00am, in the Fellowship Hall.
Next Gathering: September 10, 9:00am
Meets weekly on Wednesdays at 1:00pm in the BLC library. They work on many different ministries and are looking for people interested in knitting or who would like to learn.
From the nutritious ash of a burned prairie arise the native plants living there. The deep roots of prairie plants allow their survival through a burn, while invasive plants are destroyed by the fire. Soon we will see monarch butterflies laying eggs on milkweed leaves, the leaves becoming food for the caterpillars that emerge. Then, from the caterpillars will come a new generation of pollinating monarchs to help our gardens and fields produce their bounty.
Thanks to professional Daryl Smith who burned the Bethlehem prairie in April, with the assistance of Congregational Home members. - Kathy Green