THE NAME OF THE DAY between Good Friday and Easter Sunday is HOLY SATURDAY. I’m not certain how “the Church” came to that decision. I don’t think anybody really cares much about Holy Saturday, because nothing happened on that day. No death, no resurrection, no drama, just nothing … nothing.Read More
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Working at an international NGO within weeks of graduating from college was MY DEFINITION OF LIVING THE DREAM — a definition I likely share with many twenty-two-year-old, overachieving do-gooders of the world courageously deferring college loans for the promise of adventure and the hope of filling that second page of their C.V.Read More
As we move into the holiest of weeks in which we relive Jesus' last week spent with his disciples, we are reminded at every turn that we are never alone. The GOOD NEWS OF HOLY WEEK is that this temple called Jesus is our true home.Read More
The SECOND SERVINGS deep freezer is almost empty! That means we have had a lot of members needing some easy-to-reheat meals and desserts due to illness, surgery or other crises in their lives. In addition to prayers for our friends, we need your help restocking our freezer.Read More
"Loss is a universal human experience," writes Karen Tye in her abstract describing her exhibition of art quilts she calls LANDSCAPES OF GRIEF. "Grief is a natural response to the losses in our lives. … This collection of art quilts reflect my own experience with grief and some of the insights and understandings that have come to me on the journey.Read More