Most of you are aware that, because of the weather forecast (which thankfully turned out to be not as severe as anticipated), we postponed the pancake and sausage breakfast until Sunday, April 7th, after worship until the crowds stop coming.  Thanks to the many volunteers who are willing to adapt to a new time and help anyway, and to all of you who have or are donating items for the meal.  This postponed “Palms and Pancakes” breakfast is a benefit for Missouri Slope Care Center.   We also have the privilege of meeting and welcoming their new foundation director, Gayla Sherman – who, as it happens, is also a professional harpist, and will play for us during worship.  Come enjoy pancakes and Wishek sausage for a good cause!