Second Tuesdays, 6:30pm – December 10, 2013
Neighborhood Congregational Church ~ Bridge Hall
Potluck at 6:30, meeting at 7
Bring your own plate, cup, flatware, and a dish and beverage to share
December’s meeting is all about spreading holiday cheer! Please join us for food, drink, conversation, and community. As always, please bring a dish to share, something to drink, and a plate and eating utensils.
We’re also collecting food to support the less fortunate people in our area. If you would like to support our efforts, please bring one or more unopened, nonperishable food items to the meeting.
If you missed us at the Farmers’ Market in November, you’re in luck!We’ll also be selling seedlings for your winter garden… lettuce, chard, kale, and other winter vegetables.
Garden Install Continues at NCC!
Check out the beautiful new entry way on St. Ann’s! Feel free to walk around and see what opportunities you can find for growing food or helping to realize the overall vision of sustainability. We’re working to build this community up one garden at a time – so THANK YOU for all your continued hard work and positive energy!
Real Soul Food by Tom Hillman, talks about our NCC-TLB Gardens. Real Soul Food feeds Tom Hillman: “Are church-grown vegetables better for you?” he asks. “There are no studies yet, but this writer chooses to believe so…. Next time you think about God, think about this: You can fill your temple with spiritually rich, healthy food, and it’s well you should because it is rumored that the devil doesn’t eat his vegetables. Read his complete blog by clicking here.
Monthly Garden Installs have been huge successes. Thank you, volunteers, for working in the rain and fog (joyfully even!) to transform NCC’s non-edible gardens toward more edible and low water gardens! If you can offer any time to help tend the plants or compost and would like to share in this sustainable vision, jump right in! We’d love to meet you in the garden.