#FCCARTATHOME - WEEK TWO!
Welcome to the
FCC Hashtag Initiative - Week 2

We have such a creative community here at FCC! The Music and Arts Ministry Team invites you to join in on the FCC Hashtag Initiative !

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!
Email your pictures or small video files to  emily@fcucc.org  or david@fcucc.org .
NOW SCROLL DOWN TO ENJOY THIS WEEK'S ARTISTIC PIECES!
KATHY BECK:
"I finally finished a baby quilt for our German friends. Baby Finja is now a year old!"
CONNIE KREIDER:
" My daughter has asked me to restore a quilt that I made when I was in my twenties."
CHAD GLANG:
" Here are a couple of stained glass pieces I’ve made. "
ANN SKINNER:
"Here's a bit of art that appeared while I was playing and praying in color earlier this week. I was totally in the moment using watercolors, paper, and several fingers for my brushes. It's something anyone could do!  May it be a gift of joy for your soul just as it was for me to create."
LYNNE STEFONIK:
"Container garden built to focus water on vegetable plants."
LYNNE STEFONIK:
"My youngest piano student!
My granddaughter, Emma." 
JAZZLYNN OWEN-CHAPMAN:
"Art at home!"
LISA MASON:
"Chiming Bells, in Palmer Park."
LARRY PATZER:
"I do wood carving for the fun of it."
ALYCE MORGAN:
"Eggs: they're not just for breakfast or brunch anymore! They're inexpensive, healthy, flexible, last a long time, and cook quickly.
JENNY GEORGE :
"Art at home!"
JENNY GEORGE:
"Art at home!"
VERL HOLMES:
"Mailboxes in Galisteo, NM"
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 week's update - on Monday at 5 pm.