On Wednesday the split ended and returning to Siegen, we met up with leaders in our branch to set up home teaching. Thursday was Thanksgiving! Our day started early catching a three hour train to get to Dortmund, because we wanted to play it safe with our car and the limited amount of kilometers we have each month. We had district meeting, and then afterwards Thanksgiving dinner together as a district. It all turned out very nicely, and then we took the long train ride back to Siegen. Friday consisted of weekly planning, and somehow my companion changing the layout of our apartment during the midst of it. We also tried to meet with a few people, but to no success. Saturday we went to the church to set up a projector for Sunday, and then meeting with a less active family, and in the evening helping members prepare for an upcoming move.
Finally, on Sunday, we showed the new Christmas initiative from the Church to our branch. We also had our American investigators show up to church, this time in a suit, and a member brought her friend, someone she introduced to us a few weeks back. It was great to see them all make it to church. After church, we went with a member to visit a less active family, and then we helped the member we were with in figuring out FamilySearch. It was a very busy week.
One Giant Christmas Tree
Aaron and Ultron's Thanksgiving