Thursday, December 1, 2011

Busy Princeton Church Building

Elders Broadhead, Wootten, Tuaila, and High
show off their best neck ties.
Wednesday nights at the Princeton Church building remind me how much use our meetinghouses get. When we arrive at the building at 6 PM., Young Women leaders are setting up the culture hall for YW Night of Excellence and Scout leaders are holding their monthly Court of Honor in the Relief Society room. While we wait, a Princeton RS sister comes and cuts missionaries' hair. We hear piano music coming from a classroom and learn another RS sister is teaching piano without charge to young people who want to learn! Around 7:55 PM, we reconfigure tables and chairs in RS room for YSA Institute class. After class we serve refreshments and visit with young single adults. As we are turning out lights around 9:45 PM, we note a Bishop is talking with members in the hallway and a few young people are shooting hoops in the cultural hall/gym. Ah, a day in the life of an LDS meetinghouse!
Sister Pinter cuts missionaries' hair
as her service project.

It's Lexie's birthday and YSA sing to her!


  1. Glad to hear the meetinghouse is well used :)

    Keep up the good work you two!

  2. It was fun to read about all the activities you witnessed in just one evening. We are a busy people, that's for sure, doing lots of good things!