Saturday, January 15, 2011
Sunday used to be a family day. Almost everyone went to church. I remember, as a child, we would all dress up in our best clothes, grab our Bibles and head off to church together. I loved Sundays. We belonged to an amazing church and we had so much fun there. We were also greatly blessed by the sermon, and fellowship with good people.
The church is the center of the community. This is where mission trips, visitation to nursing homes, work projects and much more is planned and directed. We join together and work for the Lord.
After church, we would head home for a delicious lunch, and rest for the afternoon. Then we would go back for the evening service. We all loved our family day.
On Sunday morning, do you hear the local church bells? Do you get all excited to head to church? What are your childhood memories of Sunday?
Courtney, at Women Living Well, has a charming post at her blog about Sundays in the 1950's. If you have time, head over there and read it. I loved it!
Housekeeping - Putting the House in Order.
I love - 1930's Style Homemaking.
Treating Housekeeping with vintage charm in Cleaning the Museum.
Homeschooling - Books - Oxford - Reading Lists - and Swagbucks
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