In additional to singing at several residences, the carolers stopped at the Cape Memory Care Residence and offered four traditional carols while residents ate their dinners. It was a heartfelt evening, both for the carolers and for those who opened their homes to receive the carols. Merry Christmas!
Christmas cheer for church family As has become its tradition at Christmas time, the United Methodist Women of our church spent Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 13, thinking about members of our church family who will have a difficult time getting out during this festive season. As a result, the UMW […]
Crucial needs during season of giving During both services on Sunday, Dec. 11, Mary Beth Sullivan, a multicultural case worker at the Preble Street Resource Center, delivered a poignant story to the congregation — the plight of the homeless in downtown Portland. In place of the morning’s sermon, Mary […]
Singing in the season More than a dozen members of our congregation took part in the first Cape Elizabeth Business Alliance’s Christmas Tree lighting on Friday evening, Dec. 9. While families walked from one area business to another, taking part in cookie decorating and other festive activities, our carolers […]
Enjoying high spirits of the season The success of the 2011 Jolly Snowman Christmas Fair can be measured in many ways. But perhaps none is better than this: With an hour still remaining before the fair closed, the kitchen had sold out of lobster rolls and hot dogs. Bon appetit, […]
Advent begins: The season of light The first Sunday of Advent at the Cape Elizabeth UMC included the familiarity of traditions and the warming experience of sharing them with close friends and longtime church members. The season officially began when Nancy Marsden held a candle over the Advent Wreath, introducing […]
Taste of many nations from afar If it had been a few months later, Saturday night’s Asian feast at Cape Elizabeth’s UMC could have been a delectable celebration of the Chinese New Year. By the time the evening was over, however, it really didn’t matter what month it was — […]