Extended Stay America - Cincinnati - Blue Ash - Kenwood Road
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... and sandwiches, potato chips, potato salad, fruit, and the same type of dessert that was served last night at the hymn-sing. I enjoyed the potato salad and dessert the most. I also had iced tea and some hot coffee. They didn't serve hot tea, and I needed something to keep me alert for the afternoon service. (I was still sleepy as it turned out, as we had gotten up really early to pack up and check out of our room).
I said some of ...
... I am surprised that none of the hymns sung at the Feast have been, or will be, "Seek Ye First" on page 100 of our hymnal. I will either request it tonight or offer to play it if I feel brave. Heidi is going to offer to play some hymns also; she can play just about any hymn in our hymnal if she can practice it a bit first. The Hymn-Sing will be followed by a dessert reception - Yum!
Well, we are going down to ...
... is candy put out on the information table for people to pick up and enjoy. I hope it doesn't encourage sickness, but it is a nice gesture).
It is difficult to fit in time to do all we would like at the Feast, but the main thing is the services and fellowship. The food for me is not a huge part of the Feast, although it is enjoyable, and it's nice to get a break from not only cooking, but having to plan meals all the time.
We went to the ...
... at AC (graduated from Big Sandy with me in 1992). He spent his first two years at Pasadena. Turns out, he is ushering with Martin this Feast.
Well, I'm getting tired, so I will upload some pictures on here and then go to bed soon, since I tend to wake up early. Tomorrow we have 10 am services. It is so nice just walking downstairs to services at the Feast!
Good night everyone! I hope you are all having a fantastic Feast!
We left our house just before 9 am on the Sabbath (26th) and drove to the Knoxville UCG congregation. It was easy to find the location, a high quality conference center with various different rooms,often apparently used for weddings, etc. Mr. Stan Martin, the pastor, was already in Jekyll Island, since he coordinates the Feast there this year.
Lacy & Frances Mayes were there, and later, Barbara & Madalene arrived. They had already ...