In the few days that Flat Menno was at South Union Mennonite Church in West Liberty, he was able to join the team working in the food pantry, help in the preparation of a bereavement dinner, and try his hand at quilting and cardmaking with the Mennonite Women Service and Fellowship. (He was also extremely pleased to be able to join the women for their wonderful meal after the work time.)

Flat Menno also was able to visit several of the Sunday school classes including the Builders Class, which has taken their group on the road to meet at a local care facility so that the less mobile members would still be able to attend.

Flat Menno spent some time with the volunteers working at the food pantry.


He also was able to help in the preparation of a bereavement dinner.


Flat Menno joined the Mennonite Women Service and Fellowship for some quilting.


He also tried making cards.


A highlight for Flat Menno was joining the women for a meal after their quilting and card-making.


Flat Menno also visited the Builders Sunday school class.


The Crusaders Class welcomed Flat Menno.


Flat Menno also stopped in to visit the Intergenerational Class.


The Youth Class also had a visit from Flat Menno.


A student and teacher also took time to greet Flat Menno.