On Christmas day, the Rev. Asa Hendrickson Majors posted this photo on her Facebook page. She is associate pastor at First United Methodist Church in Morristown, Tennessee. Here’s what she said:
Just wanted to share this beauty. This is an act of great love from one of our families at church. We aren’t the only ones to receive this lasagna, but I am so grateful when it shows up.
Advent at a larger church is amazing and exhausting. Christmas day is my day to rest and having this ready to just throw in the oven makes the day that much more rest-filled. So, thanks Lasagna Angels!
So when you’re working on your 2020 calendar, be sure to write this down as a Christmas gift idea on the December page: “Make lasagna for preacher?”
I also noticed that inviting your pastor over for a home-cooked Christmas meal — as well as delivering homemade cakes and fudge — were among the class acts mentioned in this recent story from The Call. See 14 pastors reveal: ‘My favorite Christmas gift’
Lasagna angels, send your lasagna recipes to share! You may reach me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.