#FCCARTATHOME - WEEK THREE!
FCC Hashtag Initiative - Week 3

We are now three weeks into this creative initiative, and we are so grateful to all of you for participating! EVERYONE is invited by the Music and Arts Ministry Team to join in on the FCC Hashtag Initiative !
Email your pictures or small video files to  emily@fcucc.org  or david@fcucc.org . We also highly encourage kids and youth to get involved! Please send us pics of your creations!
NOW SCROLL DOWN TO ENJOY THIS WEEK'S ARTISTIC PIECES!
KATHY KREPS:
"I have been busy knitting a Baptismal Blanket and a Prayer Shawl."
ANN BENSON:
" My adult paint by number...it was so fun and relaxing!"
JAZZLYNN OWEN CHAPMAN:
"More creative pottery!"
EMILY BOND:
" I have been getting on with lots of colorful hats for the homeless and la Puente! "
MARSHA GARCIA:
" Since my out of state birding trip was cancelled, I have been enjoying the birds around home and practicing photography with my new camera.
This nice Western Tanager was in my yard this morning. "
VALERIE PURSWELL:
"Pasque Flowers."
MARTA MCKAY:
" Whimsy or kitchy, I don’t care! It’s my back yard in progress!"
Larry Patzer:
"I enjoy wood-carving as a hobby."
JENNY GEORGE:
"A few more pottery creations!"
LEE LEHMKUHL:
"Prince Maximilian sunflowers"
RUTH LEHMKUHL:
"Ruth's Herb Garden"
RUTH LEHMKUHL:
"My rhubarb!"
KAYLA BOND-TETZLAFF:
"My first creation using Diamond Dotz!"
CHAD GLANG:
" A Hopeful Message from Mother Nature: 
The earth’s largest living organisms are groves of aspen trees. Aspen roots are shallow and horizontal, creating a single root system which can support thousands of individual trees in a single living unit.
In the summer of 2002, countless aspens were destroyed in the Hayman forest fire, the largest in Colorado’s recorded history.  In some areas the fire left charred tree skeletons, in other areas the trees as well as their roots were totally burned away.  This photograph (above left) was taken a few months after the fire, during which there had been virtually no precipitation. It depicts a small crater where an aspen had stood; holes left by vaporized roots are visible in the crater walls. With time, the second image...
Thank you to everyone who has provided these beautiful creations
and shared them with our community this week!
They are now available to view on our website - www.fcucc.org.
Please keep the art coming in! Stay tuned for next Monday's update.
WE WELCOME EVERYONE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS CREATIVE OPPORTUNITY!
This means, when you create something (art, music, baked good, beautiful garden, poetry, a photograph, a facemask, etc. etc. etc.) that you wish to share: please take a picture or video of it, post it to Facebook , Twitter, or Instagram, tag the church and/or use  #fccartathome . Just about once per week between now and early June, we will curate the submissions that we can find and share them with the community. But you can also search for  #fccartathome  yourself to see what people in our community have posted! If you do not use social media, you can still participate!