Our community has and is and is called to continue ‘giving them something to eat.’ From Reading Camp to Epiphany House to Coffee Hour to the CARES Food Pantry, you are doing it. And yet there are those who are still hungry and need to be led to the food of the Body and Blood of Christ. Our neighbors are hungry for healing and wholeness in body, mind and spirit. I look forward to being fed and feeding others with you on Sunday.
Peace and Blessings to you this day.
THANK YOU to Deacon Linda and her amazing mission team for an incredible week of Remington Reading Camp. Here are a few pictures. More to come on Facebook later.
Help feed our neighbors by bringing something for the CARES Food Pantry. Especially needed right now: canned fruits, canned green beans, canned peas, macaroni and cheese, cans of tomatoes, rice and tuna fish. Loaves and fishes. Get it?…
Sandwich Making at Springwell Senior Living in Mt. Washington with St. John’s Church for the Salvation Army Baltimore City van on Monday, August 7 at 5:15pm. Email Deacon Linda if you can join the fun.
This Sunday we’ll pack 19 lunches again after the late service to take to our brothers and sisters at Epiphany House. Their elevator will not be operable until the end of August. If you can arrange a meal on one of the rest of the August Sundays, please let Stewart know.
Kick-Off Sunday and Backpack Blessing
Sunday, September 10 at 10:30am.
School Supply Drive
This year, let’s support the Tunbridge Public charter school in Govans at St. Mary’s Church. Please help us create a terrific learning atmosphere for our young people by giving them the right tools to learn. There is a donation box in the foyer. Thank you for any of the following items you can provide.
- Crayons, pencils, markers, composition notebooks, copy paper, erasers, tissues, hand sanitizer, disinfectant cleaning wipes, scissors, folders, highlighters, colored pencils, three ring dividers, rulers, glue, glue sticks, dry erase markers, construction paper, bandaids, snack size and gallon size zipper bags.
It means nothing, it means everything.
That magazine that you are about to recycle is golden. Maybe not for you, but for a seafarer going out into the ocean for weeks, without access to the world, it means the world. Bring your gently used magazines. They will be deeply appreciated.
Tai Chi Tuesdays from 5:30-6:30 pm.
Priscilla Brown leads the class in Hart Hall. If you have ever done Tai Chi, you know it is an extraordinary practice – perfect for all levels of fitness. Every stance is a prayer. $5 suggested donation. The class ends on August 22 and begins again on September 26.
Yoga Tuesday from 7:00-8:00 pm.
Karen Baroody leads this class. Every breath is a prayer. No sign up required, just show up with your yoga mat and $5 and leave with a quiet mind and grateful body.