|Yard decorations in Campbellford|
|Map of the Kingston District (if you can read it)|
|Sister Hakaraia headed home to New Zealand|
|Dinner with the Dodges and President & Sister Norton (new temple president)|
|This is not how I remembered the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears"|
Four new missionaries at our district meeting on Thursday. It was a good meeting with the zone leaders visiting from Kingston.
|Sister Jungart with Sister Yi (from China) in Belleville|
|Elder Tripp joined Elder Stubbs in Napanee (they were companions in the MTC)|
|Elder Cozzens was joined by Elder Davis as our zone leaders|
|Elder Leasuasu (Samoan) with Elder Anderson in Trenton|
We were invited to sing with the community choir at St. John's United church. The leader is Barbara Hobart. She leads from the organ. We practice to CDs. We are learning music from Broadway, including "Alexander's Ragtime Band", "Oliver", and a medley. It is an opportunity to mix with others in the community.
|Barbara leading the choir|
Saturday provided the opportunity to get out to find lost members. Since many people work, it is hard to find them home. Being a Saturday afternoon we located and talked to four members of the branch in the Campbellford area, none of whom really wanted to talk to us. We also passed by two homes of people who were not at home. We only encountered one who wanted her name removed from the church (according to her husband). We were also able to talk to a former investigator which did not seem opposed to talking to us. It is interesting that we can get a weeks worth of missionary work done in one day. The question is, "What do we do for the other days of the week?" We are running out of names of people to visit and are trying to work with the branch council to develop the mission process and develop a list of potentials. Yes, things move slowly here in Trent Hills, but maybe we just need to learn to be patient.
|Saturday snowman - we gave the first lesson - jk.|
|Trent River store (the center of town)|
Well, that's all the news from Trent Hills for this week, stay tuned for our upcoming adventures.