Did you catch Julian Mendoza's recent article in the Greenfield Recorder featuring Sunday Soup & Sandwiches? Check it out:
With free meal program blossoming, Greenfield church appeals to community for support
Photos copyright Greenfield Recorder/ Staff Photo Julian Mendoza 2022
Check out Eveline MacDougall's article in the Monday edition of the Greenfield Recorder, "Demystifying the recycling quagmire." It features Amy Donovan of the Franklin County Solid Waste District and Saints James and Andrew's Green Team. Amy will be speaking at SsJA for Environmental Sunday at 11:15 a.m. on November 20.
In September, attendees enjoyed a pollinator panel at Saints James and Andrew Church in Greenfield. The congregation's Green Team will sponsor a program about recycling on Sunday, Nov. 20, to be presented by Amy Donovan, program director of the Franklin County Solid Waste Management District. PHOTO BY JOAN MARIE JACKSON
This past February, Christine Pifer-Foote reached out to Saints James and Andrew Archivist, Robert 'Bob' Brown. She was looking for information on a parishoner who had died in 1895, artist Anna Feron Pierce Judah. Bob gathered all available information and then sent that information onto Christine. Our Archivist frequently gets this kind of request as folks look into their family history. Often church records are some of the most reliable.
On Sunday, July 10 Christine and her spouse Bill, both UCC minister, visited Saints James and Andrew for worship and Bob was able to give them a tour following the service. Her research was shared at a museum presentation in April.
The picture of Christine, holding an image of Anna, was taken by Paul Franz and featured in the Greenfield Recorder, in an article that ran in the July 11 edition: Railroad research centers on Greenfield artist Anna Feron Pierce Judah