Basil is a warm-weather, fragrant herb that tastes great in Italian dishes—and let’s not forget homemade pesto! Plant seeds or transplants after all danger of frost has passed and soil is warm, and it will yield an abundant harvest within weeks. Keep harvesting the leaves to keep the plant going strong. The most common type of basil is sweet basil; other types include purple basil (less sweet than common basil), lemon basil (lemon flavor), and Thai basil (licorice flavor). Basil is easy to grow but it only grows outdoors in the summer—and only once the soil has warmed up nicely—so plan accordingly. If you’re planning on making pesto, grow several plants. Otherwise one or two basil plants yields plenty.
The celebration of Easter is an awesome opportunity to share the message of Jesus with children. It is our hope that along with your family’s Easter traditions you will join us on Resurrection Sunday. Our Sunday School will be hosting an Easter party immediately after the children’s message downstairs in Fellowship Hall. Together children will hear the Resurrection story and participate in several interactive activities. All are welcome!
As it has been our tradition, we are gearing up for this year’s Easter bake sale.
The success of this fundraising event is possible because so many of you generously donate your delicious baked goods.
Please help us make this year’s bake sale a success by bringing your favorite baked goods, packaged to sell. A sign-up sheet is available on the hospitality table in the foyer. You can also call the church to let us know what you are bringing.
For more details, please reach out to Amarelis Morales at email@example.com