Sunday, July 25, 2010

Summer Sundays

Good Sunday morning from Applejack Lane. One thing  about Summer Sundays is LOL-Lemonade On the Lawn!
Here at Hebron Presbyterian Church, Lemonade On the Lawn has become a Summer Sunday tradition...
 We begin church an hour early during June, July, and August...
Then, we have plenty of time to socialize under the huge oak trees...
And enjoy Lemonade On the Lawn...
 
 
  
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10 comments:

Nancy's Notes said...

What a wonderful Sunday treat!

Have a great day!

Nancy

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Looks like fun-enjoy!

Jacqueline said...

What a beautiful Sunday! I like the idea of starting Church earlier and I really like the lemonade. There is nothing more wonderful than sharing Sunday with the friends you serve with and love at Church. Thanks for making my Sunday richer.

The Tablescaper said...

What a lovely tradition and a lovely way to spend a Sunday.

Thanks so much for being a part of Summer Sundays. Looking forward to having you with us next week too!

- The Tablescaper

Paula said...

Lemonade on the lawn sounds like a fun Sunday tradition.

I love the architecture of your church and I'm pretty sure that I've ridden my bike past it!

Miss Janice said...

What a beautiful church on the outside and I bet it's lovely on the inside also! Love the "Lemonade on the Lawn" with cookies and lemonade!

Anita said...

What a great idea! That looks like so much fun!! Your pimento cheese recipe looks great too! I agree it has to be block cheese shredded on a grater! Thanks for stopping by:-)

Entertaining Women said...

Out here on the prairie, we call in 'lunch on the ground', or 'lunch on the lawn.' You can be fairly certain that 'lunch on the ground' indicated a minimum of grass...precious times, none the less. I love the story. Thank you for sharing with us. Also, I appreciate your kind comments on my latest post. Cherry Kay

Karla @ {The Classy Woman} said...

What a wonderful way to begin the day and catch up with friends before church!

Thanks for stopping by to enter my giveaway and for following. I'm so glad to hear that my post helped you in your decision making process too. :)

Warmly,
Karla

Tricia@The Dull and the Dutiful said...

Thanks for your comments on my table this week. I had to come visit your blog and was delighted to see that you're also a Presbyterian. We sometimes feel lonely here in the Land o' Baptists! Thanks, too, for listing my blog on your blogroll!