Gingerbread Church

Posted Dec. 16, 2009, at 11:42 p.m.
Last modified Jan. 30, 2011, at 11:52 a.m.
Pictured are Beck Brownlow and Lucy Jakub, both of Blue Hill. They are two of the youth who worked on this to-scale gingerbread model of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, which can be viewed in the Congregational Church?s entryway. Handworked details include stained glass windows, the open front door, and the gold weathervane atop the steeple. To buy a chance to win this confectionary masterpiece, contact the church at 374-2891 or come Sunday morning at 10:00 am. All proceeds go to the church?s kitchen fund.
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Pictured are Beck Brownlow and Lucy Jakub, both of Blue Hill. They are two of the youth who worked on this to-scale gingerbread model of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, which can be viewed in the Congregational Church?s entryway. Handworked details include stained glass windows, the open front door, and the gold weathervane atop the steeple. To buy a chance to win this confectionary masterpiece, contact the church at 374-2891 or come Sunday morning at 10:00 am. All proceeds go to the church?s kitchen fund.
Beck Brownlow and Lucy Jakub (not pictured), both of Blue Hill, are two of the youth who worked on this to-scale gingerbread model of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, which can be viewed in the Congregational Church?s entryway. Handworked details include stained glass windows, the open front door, and the gold weathervane atop the steeple. To buy a chance to win this confectionary masterpiece, contact the church at 374-2891 or come Sunday morning at 10:00 am. All proceeds go to the church?s kitchen fund.
Photo Courtesy of First Congrega
Beck Brownlow and Lucy Jakub (not pictured), both of Blue Hill, are two of the youth who worked on this to-scale gingerbread model of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, which can be viewed in the Congregational Church?s entryway. Handworked details include stained glass windows, the open front door, and the gold weathervane atop the steeple. To buy a chance to win this confectionary masterpiece, contact the church at 374-2891 or come Sunday morning at 10:00 am. All proceeds go to the church?s kitchen fund.

Beck Brownlow (from left) and Lucy Jakub, both of Blue Hill, are two of the youth who worked on this to-scale gingerbread model of the First Congregational Church of Blue Hill, which can be viewed in the Church’s entry-way. Hand-worked details include stained-glass windows, the open front door and the gold weathervane atop the steeple. To buy a chance to win the gingerbread model, contact the church at 374-2891 or come at 10 a.m. Sun-day. All proceeds go to the church’s kitchen fund.

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