After we painted a beautiful mural for a local school called Inwood Academy for Leadership, they named their outdoor seating area the “Everyday Garden.” Now the Everyday Inwood Group is taking the next step! This Sunday, we’re going to do some digging and planting. You can help us make something grow. In the future, we’re dreaming about planting food, and even educating local students about nutrition.
Get your hands ready for a worthy cause this Sunday, 12p-2p. Invite a friend along– anyone is welcome to come.
For more information, contact Kate.
Wow. We feel honored and flattered. We never expected Inwood Academy to name that little corner where we spiffed things up and painted a mural after Everyday Church. It’s such a joy for us to partner with people who teach neighborhood students– this kind of recognition was the furthest thing from our minds. But there it is. Here’s a few photos from the dedication of “The Everyday Garden.”
I visited two of our Everyday Groups yesterday, and it made me so hopeful for our future. God is on the move through these faith-families! The Creativity Group is brand new and full of potential. The Inwood Group is really reaching out– serving our neighbors through the Everyday Garden, and soon will be serving elderly residents at a nearby retirement home.
Please pray for our Everyday Groups:
The Manhattan Times posted an article featuring Everyday Church’s September 11th project to ship care packages to soldiers serving in Afghanistan. We feel honored to be a part of something that brings our community together. Join us!
Read the article here:Northern Manhattan commemorates tenth anniversary of September 11th