The worship service Sunday, March 10 was led by the Miller Church of the Nazarene. Pastor Nathan Nye led the service, using John 11 for scripture, and giving the message “Crisis to Christ,” regarding reasons people need to pray.
Rev. Brian Jones, Miller First Presbyterian Church, served Protestant Communion Monday morning.
Miller sixth grade students joined their adopted grandparents for lunch Monday. Each brought a construction paper chick-in-egg art project and a spring poem.
Small group participants made clay creations Monday afternoon.
Bobbi Larson, Miller United Methodist Church, led hymn sing Monday evening, with Linda Blackburn at piano.
Father Chester Murtha, St. Ann Catholic Church, celebrated Mass Tuesday morning.
Dorothy Engelmann, Maylou Oakley and Janice Wilbur helped with Bingo games that were played Tuesday afternoon.
Wednesday morning activities included Rosary, led by Agnes Kolda, and Men’s Coffee.
Pastor Scot Tutt, St. Lawrence Community Church, led a Bible study Wednesday afternoon on “Being troubled.” Scripture from Psalm 121 and John 14 was read.
Residents helped bake bread during Thursday morning baking time.
Hand-in-Hand Daycare children and residents colored St. Patrick’s Day pictures Thursday afternoon. Children and residents enjoyed the homemade bread after the activity.
Scrabble games were played Thursday evening.
Reading time Friday morning featured stories taken from the January 2013 “Reminisce” magazine. Two of the stories read were “Dumping Grounds” by Bill Steckman, and “For the Beauty of a Barn,” by Rick A. Richards.
“That best portion of a good man’s life are his little nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and love.” ~ William Wordsworth
Residents, kids color St. Patrick’s Day pictures