The Book Club consists of a group of women who enjoy reading and sharing opinions. We meet the third Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. The place changes – often we meet at Caribou Coffee in Waugh Chapel Village, and sometimes at a member’s home. We read a variety of books, taking turns “throwing out” suggestions. Some of our reads have been mystery, biography, politics, humor, and anything else that sounds good. Some of the books, of course, tend to be more interesting than others to each of us, but we have all agreed that we have learned and read author and topics that each of us might not have chosen on our own. Please join us if you are interested in lively discussion and fellowship over good reads. For more information, contact Sandi Corwin at 410-721-2165 or at email@example.com.
Our Ladies’ Breakfast is on the third Thursday of each month at 9:00 A.M. at the Bob Evans Restaurant in the Waugh Chapel Village. All ladies, regardless of age, are welcome. No sign up is necessary. Contact Jane Felsentreger (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
410-721-7519 for more information.
Men’s Breakfast is on the third Thursday of each month at 9:00 A.M. at Bob Evans Restaurant located in the Waugh Chapel Village. All men, regardless of age, are welcome. No sign up is necessary. Contact Ted Felsentreger (email@example.com) or 410-721-7519.
The Empty/Partally Empty Nesters is a special area interest group consisting of adults whose children have left home or are in process of leaving home.
The group has also welcomed those who do not have children. Our purpose is two-fold – social and missions. The group likes to eat and enjoy each others fellowship. The events include sharing dinners, going out to lunch and/or breakfast, playing BUNCO (usually in February), gathering to share Christmas spirit, and attending concerts.
We also participate in the County’s Back-To-School program, collect donations and shopping for the Crofton Christian Caring Council (CCCC) Food Bank, send “Love Boxes” to the away college students of the congregation, and participate in the Winter Relief Program. The group is facilitated by Jane (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ted Felsentreger (email@example.com) 410-721-7519.
Ladies Lunch Out
All ladies are invited for come and bring a friend to this group which meets the first Wednesday of each month at noon at different restaurants. Join us for fine cuisine, camaraderie, and chuckles. We do have a serious side, too.
At sometime during the year, we will have an outreach program, which will be decided on by the group. Watch for the current restaurants in the printed weekly announcement sheets, the monitor in the Narthex, and on the sign-up sheet on the bulletin board in the Narthex. We sure hope that you will plan to join us whenever possible. Questions? Contact Marj Kane at 410-721-3426.
We meet every Wednesday morning 9:30 to 11:30 A.M. at Atlanta Bread at the Waugh Chapel Village. Each person brings whatever project they are working on – needlepoint, cross stitching, knitting, crocheting, quilting, whatever – while we enjoy the fellowship. If you are stuck with a project or have questions, there is probably someone who can help. All are welcome. The only qualification is that you enjoy crafting work and fellowship with like-minded ladies.
If you have questions, contact Sandi Corwin (firstname.lastname@example.org) or 410-721-2165.
meets on Tuesdays from 7:00 a.m. until noon at St. Paul's and has 20 members, some who sew at home only. Not everyone comes that early, but most by 10:00 a.m. We have a break then and a time to show what everyone has been working on. Usually we are working on projects for our annual sale, which is held in October. Anyone is welcome to join us. During the summer, we often have children and grandchildren in attendance also. There is no age limit and no experience is needed.
Our mission projects have grown over the year. World Relief is one of our recipients. We are making lap quilts for those in wheelchairs, bed quilts for nursing homes, the veteran’s homes, the Hospice program, the Light House shelter, Chrysalis House, childrens’ hospital, the families in the Habitat program, the homeless – simply put, anyone in need. During the past year a portion of our work has been: 40 quilts for Knollwood in Millersville, 20 for Chrysalis House in Crownsville, and 11 for Hospice in Annapolis.
If you are looking for an interesting and rewarding pastime and fellowship to benefit others, please join us in the Fellowship Hall at St. Paul’s any Tuesday morning. For further information, please call Dorothy Clark at 410-721-1583 or speak with any of the quilters.
We meet on Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 12:00ish in the shop at the Segelhorst home. The group has built furniture, repaired broken items, and fabricated crafts. The shop is well equipped, and you can always get help and/or advice. Coffee, cookies, and conversation are the keys to our success. Many world problems are solved as a result of our meetings, and we do manage to get both personal, church projects, and outreach projects completed. For information, please contact Ed Sensasack at 410-956-4961.