Farmington Lutheran Church will welcome fall and any interested community members Saturday with an old-fashioned hootenanny.
The church’s fourth annual Holy Hoot will start at 11 a.m. and wrap up with a 5 p.m. worship service.
There are stories hidden away in Farmington homes.
There are colorful ceramic plates handed down from grandmother to mother to daughter. There are meat cleavers that belonged to a long-ago ancestor who was a butcher.
Kent Boyum might have been meant to serve as pastor at Farmington’s Christian Life Church. He married a woman from Farmington, and when he attended North Central University in Minneapolis he would come to town on weekends to attend the church with his roommate, Farmington resident Doug Heikkila.
Sometimes, the more things change, the more they seem to stay the same.
That seems to be the case out at Highview Christiania Lutheran Church, where for 150 years the congregation has quietly, but faithfully, gathered and worshiped.
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