On a crisp, clear day we headed an hour south
to Eureka for a fellowship lunch with a
gathering of believers from this area.
Once a wealthy silver and gold mining town,
Eureka is now home to around 600 people.
It was established in 1892.
Our original venue for lunch
had to be changed at the last minute.
We met in this tiny church, built in 1891.
The tiny room did not stop us from
catching up with one another
and enjoying the fellowship that only comes through Jesus Christ.
We loaded the tables with food
while we encouraged each other in the faith.
Some of us couldn't wait for the moment to 'dig in'.
Besides eating, we enjoyed digging into the Word of God
for the nourishment of our souls.
They asked me to bring some music.
It was a joy to give thanks to God
on the hammered dulcimer among
brothers and sisters in Christ.
Praise the LORD; for the LORD is good:
sing praises unto his name; for it is pleasant.