Ecclesiastes 3… “For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven…A time to cry & a time to laugh. A time to grieve & a time to dance.” During this global pandemic & wide-spread quarantine, the way we grieve has changed. We can’t gather together, share a meal, give & receive comforting hugs. Yet we must grieve. Together, we will share our grief & remember the hope we find in a God who both weeps with us & gives us a future beyond the pain of death.
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Eclesiastés 3… “Para todo hay una estación, un tiempo para cada actividad debajo del cielo…Un tiempo para llorar y un tiempo para reír. Un tiempo para llorar y un tiempo para bailar.” Durante esta pandemia global y cuarentena generalizada, la forma en que nos afligimos ha cambiado. No podemos reunirnos, compartir una comida, dar y recibir abrazos reconfortantes. Sin embargo, debemos llorar. Juntos, compartiremos nuestro dolor y recordaremos la esperanza que encontramos en un Dios que llora con nosotros y nos da un futuro más allá del dolor de la muerte.
***Si ha perdido a alguien durante este tiempo y desea que el servicio incluya una foto y el nombre de su ser querido, contáctenos por correo electrónico a firstname.lastname@example.org antes May 30th***
Join us for a special kid-focused family brunch. We’ll enjoy festive food and a reading of the Everyday Church original children’s book: Little Colt: A Story About Christmas & Easter & Donkeys. There will be crafts, a photo booth, songs, and we might even get a visit from Domingo, the lovable everyday kidz puppet!
Sunday, December 13th, 12:30p
Muscota New School, 4862 Broadway (btwn 204 & Academy)*
*This activity is not sponsored or endorsed by the New York City Department of Education or the City of New York.
The Everyday Adventure Group is coordinating an all-church trip to the Plains View Christmas Tree Farm in Pleasant Valley, NY. It’s the family farm of Everyday Church’s own, Amanda Wade. You can cut your own tree to bring home if you like. OR just join us at the farm for a tractor hay ride, cookies, hot drinks and fun in the country with friends.
Visit the website for more info: www.plainsviewfarm.com
We plan to head up the afternoon of December 5th. If the weather is unsuitable, we’ll reschedule for December 12th. For more info, email email@example.com.
Operation Exodus is a community of caring educators and mentors who believe that small improvements can have a big impact in the life of a child growing up in generational poverty.
The Reading Buddies program is a way that you can help as a volunteer. Reading with and to a child is the most effective way for this level to be increased, and why Reading Buddies are vital to improving these kids’ education!
We ask Reading Buddies to commit to one hour, once a week for the school year. No teaching is required… think of it like sharing a bedtime story. Hours for the program are Monday-Friday 3-4:30 and 5:15-6:30.