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PHOTO: Friday Fellowship at Contoocook United Methodist Church

  • Jackie and Mark Stock, hold their granddaughter's hand, Maci Dockham, 2, during a final prary on Friday night, March 28, 2014, at the Contoocook United Methodist Church. The church holds a community dinner and a show every fourth Friday of each month called Friday Fellowship. Friday's performance involved puppets and the discussion was about foregiveness. What began over a year ago as an alternative gathering for those who could not attend Sunday service, the church has hosted these nights averaging 25 people each night and relying on volunteers to prepare food and the skits.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Jackie and Mark Stock, hold their granddaughter's hand, Maci Dockham, 2, during a final prary on Friday night, March 28, 2014, at the Contoocook United Methodist Church. The church holds a community dinner and a show every fourth Friday of each month called Friday Fellowship. Friday's performance involved puppets and the discussion was about foregiveness. What began over a year ago as an alternative gathering for those who could not attend Sunday service, the church has hosted these nights averaging 25 people each night and relying on volunteers to prepare food and the skits.
    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • From left, Pierce Martel, 4, Cameron Burgess, 8, and Emery Martel, 5, play with a puppet used by Parker Martel, 10, during Friday Fellowship at the Contoocook United Methodist Church. The church holds the community dinner and show every fourth Friday of each month. What began over a year ago as an alternative gathering for those who could not attend Sunday service, the church has put these nights on averaging about 25 people each night and relying on volunteers to prepare food and the skits.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    From left, Pierce Martel, 4, Cameron Burgess, 8, and Emery Martel, 5, play with a puppet used by Parker Martel, 10, during Friday Fellowship at the Contoocook United Methodist Church. The church holds the community dinner and show every fourth Friday of each month. What began over a year ago as an alternative gathering for those who could not attend Sunday service, the church has put these nights on averaging about 25 people each night and relying on volunteers to prepare food and the skits.
    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Jackie and Mark Stock, hold their granddaughter's hand, Maci Dockham, 2, during a final prary on Friday night, March 28, 2014, at the Contoocook United Methodist Church. The church holds a community dinner and a show every fourth Friday of each month called Friday Fellowship. Friday's performance involved puppets and the discussion was about foregiveness. What began over a year ago as an alternative gathering for those who could not attend Sunday service, the church has hosted these nights averaging 25 people each night and relying on volunteers to prepare food and the skits.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • From left, Pierce Martel, 4, Cameron Burgess, 8, and Emery Martel, 5, play with a puppet used by Parker Martel, 10, during Friday Fellowship at the Contoocook United Methodist Church. The church holds the community dinner and show every fourth Friday of each month. What began over a year ago as an alternative gathering for those who could not attend Sunday service, the church has put these nights on averaging about 25 people each night and relying on volunteers to prepare food and the skits.<br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

The Contoocook United Methodist Church holds a community dinner and a show, called Friday Fellowship, the fourth Friday of each month. Friday’s performance involved puppets and a discussion about forgiveness. What began over a year ago as an alternative gathering for those who could not attend Sunday service, the church has put on for about 25 people each night, and relies on volunteers to prepare the skits and food.

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