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Category Archives: Social Justice
Sometimes it’s better to hear the real stories: This Sunday we share our gifts with the Foodbank in the basket and on-line. Advertisements
Feeding the food-challenged can seem overwhelming but St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and the UU Fellowship have made it feel achievable. Their respective members have made food a major focus of time, talent and treasure. Proven results! The Good Friday meals, … Continue reading →
Helping people build self-sufficiency. The Building Bridges Program consists of mentoring, life skills and job training, child/youth programs, and transportation to events/groups. CANLINK I and IV provide permanent supportive housing to homeless adults with disabilities. LINK’s Veteran’s Emergency Shelter provides short … Continue reading →
When something works perfectly, you look for ways to do more. Under the leadership of Donna Sprock, Good Fridays at St. Paul’s have gotten gooder! Donna and her food preparers have added fifth Fridays to the mix. Friday September 29! … Continue reading →
Please remember this is the day we share our gifts with Planned Parenthood.
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 →
Please help us with underwear, tee-shirts and socks for LINK.
As we mark 27 years supporting LINK, we shouldn’t lose site of why. Tomorrow is LINK Sunday!