Statement about COVID-19
In-person services and other gatherings are canceled until further notice. Click for details.
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One of Artisan’s foundational values is Community, a principle that is especially challenging to live out when we are experiencing crisis and separation. And yet, God’s people have used times of crisis and separation as a pathway to an even deeper sense of community with each other and God. It is time to look to their example.
We want to know how our community is doing during this strange and difficult season. We also want to assess people's interest in and comfort with the possibility of a phased reopening.
In place of our traditional Cider Days we will be holding a food drive to benefit St. Peter's Kitchen. Drop off non-perishable food items (see list of most needed items below) at Artisan between 10am and 2pm, Saturday, October 3rd. Or make a financial donation online.
Most needed items:
8-12 oz Individual Bottle of water, Fruit juice or Gatorade
Vegetable or olive oil
Cooking spray of any kind
Salad dressings (large bottles/gallon)
Large containers black pepper, garlic powder, onion powder
Cans of corn, green beans & peas.
Stuffing boxes or bags
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