Each month we recognize the birthdays and anniversaries of our church members. Here are the ones for the month of August.
9 — Helmut Kloos, John Moseley
11 — Landry Reynolds
12 — Devon Wright
16 — Ron Perry
17 — Samantha Earl
20 — Tess Hayden
24 — DayJu Ramirez
25 — Arville Earl
29 — Sally Garcia
14 — Sue & Spence Hipp
26 — Eileen & Sib White
Roger Wall created this slideshow from this year’s Vacation Bible School: Fruits of the Spirit, held earlier this month.
Each month we recognize the birthdays and anniversaries of our church members. Here are the ones for the month of July.
1 — Kyrie Oneal
3 — Carli Morgan
7 — Joanne Cox
9 — Erin Hinojosa, Mike Powers-Smith
10 — Janice Shorgo
11 — Kristen White-Barrett
16 — Marge Kelly
19 — Bobbie Vivian
21 — Amy Richardson
22 — Bryan Clark
23 — Maggie Dutton
28 — Jack Jackson, Devin & Deshawn Ruffin
29 — June Supersad
30 — Susan Chavez, Carolyn Evans
31 — Al Evans
8 — Tony & Stacy Fazio
21 — Bobbie & Ron Vivian
31 — Thomas Russell & Elizabeth Davis-Russell
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9 a.m. to noon July 8-12
Join us for Vacation Bible School at Community UCC, for children ages 4 through sixth grade. This year we will use Fruits of the Spirit curriculum created by Global Ministries. We will explore God’s presence in the Caribbean.
Each day the children will be learning about a fruit of the spirit, a Biblical character who exemplifies that value, a different country, and what life is like there in the words of children who live there today. We will also have snacks, have some play time, sing, and make crafts.
Contact the church office to register — 559.435.2690.
Each month we recognize the birthdays and anniversaries of our church members. Here are the ones for the month of June.
3 — Penny Carroll
8 — Clay Pressley
9 — Virginia Virag
12 — Sam Mahtab
13 — Laurie Tidyman-Jones
16 — Jacque Garcia
17 — Sean Carlson
18 — Annie Van Patten
22 — Steve Reynolds, Ron Vivian
23 — Georgia Sisson
24 — Jazmyn Wall
13 — Helmut & Diana Kloos
18 — Sharon Powers & Mike Smith
21 — Anne & Don Simone
~ Recipe of Helen and Mollie Lust, provided by Eileen White
- 1 cup water
- 1 cup milk
- 1 ½ packages dry yeast
- ¼ cup of sugar
- ½ tablespoon salt
- 1 egg
- Approximately 5 ½ cups of flour
Scald milk; add sugar, salt and oil. Cool. Dissolve yeast in lukewarm water. Add to the milk, then add beaten egg. Add 3 cups of flour and beat until smooth. Add remaining flour and knead well.
Let rise until double in bulk, approximately one hour. Punch down and divide dough into 1-lb. Balls. Let rise again until doubled. Roll out and cut into 6 portions.
- 8 cups of ground chuck roast, roasted and prepared with bay leaves, onion, salt, pepper and garlic
- 2 onions (1 cup sauteed)
- 1 ½ to 2 heads of cabbage (8-10 cups sauteed) or more if preferred
- Salt and pepper
Ground beef may be used or added if desired. With a little oil in Dutch oven, saute shredded cabbage and chopped onions. Do not brown or overcook.
Mix ground chuck roast and cabbage-onion mixture. Season with salt and pepper and cool. Place ½ cup filling on each section of dough. Bring 4 corners together and pinch seams well. Turn upside down on a greased flat pan.
Set in a warm place to rise from 15-20 minutes. May brush with egg wash to make a nice golden brown top. Bake at 350-400 degress for 20-25 minutes. Makes about 20 beerocks.