The church engages in missionary work to countries across the globe. The church also invests locally through the Norwood community. The church owns its own building and include two sanctuaries, classrooms, a gymnasium, and a kitchen.
In December 2010, the building was renamed to One Wells Fargo Center. It houses the Wells Fargo East Coast Division. On June 14, 2012, Azrieli Group Ltd. of Israel announced it was buying the building for $245 million.
The first Blossom Kite Festival took place on the Washington Monument grounds on Sunday, April 10, 2011, following a postponent from March 27 because of forecasted inclement weather. The 2012 Blossom Kite festival took place on the Washington Monument grounds on Saturday, March 31.
The divisions under McLaws and Richard H. Anderson arrived following a night march from Harpers Ferry. Around 7:15, General Lee moved George T. Anderson’s Georgia brigade from the right flank of the army to aid Jackson. At 7 a.m., Hood’s division of 2,300 men advanced through the West Woods and pushed the Union troops back through the Cornfield again.
Jefferson selected him in 1806 as one of two nurserymen to receive and grow the seeds and roots collected by Lewis and Clark. Jefferson received from McMahon seeds for Monticello. In 1808 McMahon purchased twenty acres on the Germantown Road, in Penn Township, Philadelphia for a nursery and botanic garden that would enable him to expand his business.
Walnut pie. Walnut pie is a pie prepared with walnuts as a primary ingredient. Whole or chopped walnuts may be used, or both, and toasted walnuts may be used. It may be prepared as a cream pie, and may include maple syrup, molasses and cinnamon as an ingredient.