Last Sunday I became an Episcopalian for a day and attending the annual Homecoming at St. John's Church near Eolia, MO. This church is near our farm and is the first Episcopalian church west of the Mississippi. The church dates back to the mid-1800s and was built with the donated bricks from the original owner of this HOUSE. This church only has 4 active members....so the congregation is always thrilled to have guests!
My cousin, Heather's, green tomato bread....yummy!
Aunt Nancy was there. She was Catholic and converted to become an Episcopalian. It seems that on my father's side of the family, the first two kids were Episcopalian. The second two kids were kidnapped by a vigilant Catholic grandmother and baptized Catholic.
And my mother....needle-pointing on the front porch of our historic farmhouse.