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Mission Farm gifted quilt

At a simple service on Easter Sunday, a rainbow of color was unveiled in a dossal behind the altar at Church of Our Saviour at Mission Farm in Killington.

This quilted piece was a gift from a member of the small community that gathers in this special place in the heart of the Green Mountains.

 Nancy Daigle, a fiber artist, offered this colorful piece as a reminder of Easter hospitality which she believes is at the heart of Jesus’ message. “We are called as a church to offer radical hospitality and to live into the great diversity of creation. Something very special is emerging at Mission Farm. I wanted to celebrate that through the invitation of color and hospitality.”

Mission Farm is in the midst of several initiatives that will open its 180 acres to the broader community. The Mission Farm Bakery is being renovated into a spacious commercial kitchen, and will be available to the community to create commercial food products. On the west side of the church, an amphitheater is being built as an outdoor community gathering space curated by stone wall artist, Dan Snow.  

For more information visit: missionfarmvt.org.

The doors at the Chapel at Mission Farm, Church of our Saviour, are open all daylight hours, and the trails are always open. 

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