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Category Archives: Share the Basket
That’s a powerful vision statement. The Social Justice committee chose the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia as a Share the Basket partner because together we as a Fellowship can do something. This is a local commitment to the thousands of food-insecure … Continue reading →
We’re beginning our fourth year sharing the basket with Planned Parenthood. This is a challenging and exciting time to be a partner to an organization which focuses on the health of women and men. Tomorrow we collect our gifts in … Continue reading →
As we mark 27 years supporting LINK, we shouldn’t lose site of why. Tomorrow is LINK Sunday!
What’s possible in the near future? Will politicians recognize that everyone deserves quality healthcare or will they legislate that only some do? Keeping clinics open is a major struggle but achievable with your gifts. Shouldn’t women’s right to quality health … Continue reading →
Yesterday we had a fearsome thunder storm. Heavy rain and lightning—really fascinating to watch from my living room window. Later I read on Facebook that some of my friends got caught in it. Luckily, they made it to the safety … Continue reading →
Whether you went to Washington in January or viewed from home, it was impossible not to feel the heat and the passion! Watching the speeches at the Women’s March, it was hard not notice the participation of Planned Parenthood. This … Continue reading →
Wherever we are, most of us want to make an impact. It wasn’t too many years ago that the Fellowship did a second passing of the basket on the third Sunday for LINK and once a year for PORT. But … Continue reading →
Every Sunday you attend the Sunday Service or the Sunday Morning Forum, you have an opportunity to reach out. Every Sunday. Whether it’s LINK or PORT or Planned Parenthood or Navigators. Maybe your sweet spot is feeding the homeless (St. … Continue reading →