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Flowers bring joy to people’s lives. Seeing colorful arrangements, with each flower uniquely displaying God’s immense creative power, contributes to our spiritual experience in church. Visual elements, together with music and the spoken word, ensure we have a spiritual feast each Sunday.
The Flower Guild. Flower Guild members Erika Hagopian, Inger Hewitt, Joanne Jones, and Maureen Kalbus buy and arrange flowers for Sunday services. If you would like to be a part of the Flower Guild, please contact Maureen Kalbus at 444-0302 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate Flowers for a Special Occasion. You may wish to dedicate flowers in memory of someone, to commemorate an occasion such as a birthday or an anniversary, in thankfulness, or simply for everyone’s pleasure. Your name and dedication will be printed in the church bulletin.If you would like to make a donation, please fill in a Flower Request form that you can find in a basket in the Narthex, under the Flower Guild calendar. (You can also click here to print a form to your printer). Simply put the form and a check in an envelope and send to the Church Office, attention Maureen Kalbus. She will contact you to confirm and discuss preferences in flowers and colors. Checks should be made payable to First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo and “Flower Guild” written on the memo line. Your contribution will be appreciated by many!
The Gift of Flowers. After each service, the flowers are arranged in vases and taken to members of the congregation who are sick/homebound. The beautiful arrangements are important ministries for people both at church and at home.
Easter Blooms. Make a donation in honor or in celebration of a loved one for Easter. Your donation of $10 will go toward the purchase of a plant. Your plant will grace our sanctuary at Easter, then be distributed by the Deacons to the homebound. Please download the form here and return it with your check to the offering plate of the church office by Tuesday, April 3rd.
July 29th, 2014
A wonderful article about Phil Gross, from a few years ago. We'll celebrate Phil's life this coming Sunday at 2:00 p.m. http://www.rockler.com/how-to/woodworking-multiple-sclerosis-woodworker-small-projects-disability/Woodworking with Multiple Sclerosis - A Woodworker Makes Small Projects with a Disabilitywww.rockler.comDr. Phil Gross was not going to let a disability stop him from his favorite hobby, and so he has developed a highly accessible workshop.