Creativity, art, discovery, joy…we are going to have SOME FUN TOGETHER over the next nine months as we join one another – all ages – in Creativity in Community. Each month, for the next nine months, we will be exploring Creativity in Community through our faith in working with artists of all stripes, and discovering the artist in each of us.
Come have some fun dabbling in the Culinary Arts with us on the church porch on Sunday, October 1st, after worship. It’s World Communion Sunday, so what better art to celebrate than BREAD MAKING?!
Have you ever made Sourdough Bread? Have you wanted to learn? (Many people who are sensitive to gluten find that real sourdough is fine for their diet.)
During this workshop, each of us will receive our own jar of sourdough starter. From there, we will add very simple ingredients. Then comes the magic of using our hands with the dough — the art of kneading! The entire process will take less than an hour, and each of us will have a loaf of Sourdough to take home and bake. No previous experience is necessary. This workshop is FREE, and open to ALL!
Lori Crotser will be leading us in this fun endeavor. Not only has Lori’s son, Eddie, been a soloist with the Chancel Choir a few times (he sang Lloyd Weber’s “Pie Jesu,” among others), Lori is an artist herself. She is a classical pianist, a professional vocalist, and she loves making her own sourdough bread. Lori is passionate about the collaborative creative process that inspires artists to express, explore, and embrace their humanity, and the humanity of others. She is a perfect addition to our Creativity In Community journey together. Let’s welcome her this Sunday! Join us after worship on the church porch!
This program is made possible through a Vital Worship Grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Grand Rapids, Michigan, with funds provided by Lilly Endowment Inc.