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It’s a fair question. In an age when there are so many activities and responsibilities vying for our time, it can be hard to justify making time to attend church. And that’s before you think about how the pandemic changed things, or how ugly the politicization of the American church has become. But church can be meaningful and restorative for you, and your presence makes the community stronger. And most importantly, there are some things we can only do together.series details
Join us and our neighbors from the Swillburg and Upper Monroe Neighborhood Associations in collecting school supplies for students at School 35. Supplies for kids in grades K-6 can be dropped off in the bin in our lobby through November 9th.
Following is a list of items that are always needed:
Dry Erase Markers (Skinny, chisel)
Folders all colors (2 pockets, no holes)
Cardstock (all colors)
Poster Board (single or trifold)
Elmer’s Washable Glue sticks
Bic Pens (Red)
Sharpie (Chisel for Flip Charts)
Hand Sanitizerlearn more
Spend time hanging out with Artisan folks around a backyard campfire each Friday in October! Come for one or come for all. Bring your camp chair along. Feel free to bring a snack or drink if you'd like. Sign up to attend.
10/6 Lou Cipro- Henrietta/Brighton
10/13 D’Angelos- Chili
10/20 Gladings- Highland Park Neighborhood
10/27 Tryons- Browncroft Neighborhoodlearn more
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