Friday, September 30, 2011
Every Tuesday morning a group of wonderful women gather here at the Coffee Shop to crochet and knit prayer shawls. They come from all walks of life, different church denominations and ethnic backgrounds. Their one desire is to hep someone who is suffering, whether it is physical or spiritual. The ladies pick out a shawl, pray over the shawl about the person they are giving the shawl to, and then make sure the shawl gets to the intended person. They are a great group of women -- always looking for more helpers.
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Saturday, September 10, 2011
The 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, Lee Mitchell from Alamo Driving School conducts class from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm here at the coffee shop. Lunch is included in the price for the class. Call Mr. Mitchell at 713-906-8859 for all the details.
Every Friday morning come and start your day off with a breakfast Taco from La Casa and a Bible devotional led by Rev. Mickey Reynolds. Breakfast starts at 7 am and the closing prayer is said at 7:45 am so no one will be late for work. This event is open to anyone seeking some fellowship and improving their faith.
Friday, September 9, 2011
The next Java Jam will be Friday, September 23, featuring Valerie O'Brien, as pretty a fiddle champion as you'd ever hope to compete against...and lose. Valerie started violin lessons at age nine, learned her first Texas-style fiddle tunes by eleven, and won the Junior World Championship at thirteen. Like everyone in her family, she became an accomplished musician on several instruments. As a child, Valerie's parents took her to the Seminary South Shopping Center in Fort Worth to hear Eck Robertson who is credited with making the first country music recording back in 1923. The tradition lives on at Valerie's Music Studio in Burleson, Texas, where her two daughters - Jennifer and Julie, her sister - Lydia Stuart, and her husband - Rich O'Brien also teach. Together they offer Texas Oldtime Fiddling, guitar, bass, piano, mandolin, and banjo instruction to students from all over Texas.