Five members of Christ’s Church at Lowhill, New Tripoli, made Christmas 2019 brighter and more delicious for some members of their congregation.
Sue Heffner, Lois Mayers, Pastor Chris Cocca, Wanda Kalusky and Olivia Kubat got together Dec. 17, 2019, to make holiday baskets for those unable to travel from their homes.
The baskets included homemade cookies, jam and bread made by Heffner, candy made by the church’s Candy Makers of Lowhill, fresh fruit, and a Christmas card.
Christ’s Church at Lowhill celebrated Mother’s Day with a tea party on May 4.
Sue Heffner and her kitchen staff prepared soup, a variety of petite sandwiches, salad and quiche for tea party guests.
A variety of tea, coffee, punch, lemonade and ice tea were also served.
The dessert table was filled in the center of the room with many choices to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth.
This year’s fashion show centered around the church’s 250th anniversary celebration.
Several of the dresses displayed were sewn by Janice Weidner.
Christ’s Church at Lowhill, 4695 Lowhill Church Road, New Tripoli, held its first St. Patty’s dinner March 16 in their social hall.
Sue Heffner, head chef, and her kitchen crew, prepared 32 pounds of corned beef, 25 heads of cabbage, 25 pounds of potatoes, 18 pounds of carrots and lots of horseradish sauce.
Members of the congregation donated cakes, pies, cookies, brownies and Jell-O desserts.
During the 2018 Christmas season, Christ’s Church at Lowhill was bursting with holiday cheer with its awesome indoor Lowhill Lights of Wonder show.
The annual light display was programmed by Jason Ruhe of Allentown.
Almost 700 people visited the church to see the display.
Many families and friends have made the light show a yearly tradition for the past five years.
Visitors were amazed at how the lights and music are synchronized into such a beautiful show.
Christ’s Church at Lowhill, 4695 Lowhill Church Road, New Tripoli, had a Father’s Day outdoor service and picnic June 17 in the church grove.
Famous Lowhill burgers were frying on the stove, homemade waffles and ice cream were in high demand, bingo numbers were being called out, and kids stayed cool taking turns sliding on a slip n slide, on this 90 degree day.