Category: Fellowship

Farmers Market at Coffee Hour

Some of us farmers and enthusiastic gardeners are having our second fund-raising event to support Outreach at St. Margaret’s. It will be on Sunday, October 23rd between the services. We cordially invite all to come celebrate...

Going Greek!

Think spanakopita, mousaka, baklava when you think of our September potluck supper. The foods of Greece will be on the table on Saturday, Sept. 17.   You might find a perfect recipe online. You will...

Cuban potluck coming up!

Is St. Margaret’s potluck supper on your calendar for next Saturday night (August 13)?  Dinner starts at 6. Any dish or dessert is welcome, of course, but we are focusing on Cuban specialties, like...

Global potlucks are back!

The summer break from St. Margaret’s monthly suppers is over. We are starting again on Saturday, Aug. 13th. Our first Global Cuisine Potluck will focus on foods popular in Cuba.  Any dish is welcome,...

Lemonade on the Porch

We want to offer lemonade on the porch again! Christopher+ and the Newcomer & Hospitality Committee think it was successful during our trial last year and it is a good way for parishioners, visitors and newcomers to...

Deacon Tom’s Retirement Celebration

A wonderful time was had by all — about 100 parishioners and guests — on Saturday, as we celebrated Deacon Tom’s retirement on June 19 – the 12th anniversary of his ordination. Photos of...

Next month’s global cuisine is: Portugal

St. Margaret’s Global Cuisine Potluck next month will feature foods from Portugal. The date is Saturday, April 9, and for a first glance at some possible recipes, try this website: http://www.momondo.co.uk/inspiration/portuguese-mouth-watering-dishes/#mjEL2Z7ppjz4wcOO.97. You will find...

Think Sweden!

Saturday, March 12 —is our Swedish potluck.  So, if you haven’t chosen your recipe yet, think about these possibilities, all found at this website https://sweden.se/collection/classic-swedish-food/ :   — gravlax, dill-cured salmon — kroppkakor, filled potato dumplings...

Pea Soup and Pancakes  

Sounds an unlikely combination doesn’t it, but  (read on) there’s a story behind it.  Perhaps we will find both on our table for the Swedish potluck supper Saturday, March 12. And since our Turkish...