“When you attack one, you attack all of us, and we’re gonna stand with each other.”
This is a creative partnership between two churches only 10,000 feet apart but separated by cultural divides and I-95.
“It takes a program of mentorship like this that includes spending time and showing there is a way out.”
Harrisburg homeless learn skills through Workshops for Living initiative made possible by Synod’s Freedom Grant
The overall goal of the project was to help each client identify a specific daily living task that could be addressed in one workshop session.
Laughlin Memorial Chapel seeks to provide a safe place for young people and to provide actual nourishment for young people while also nourishing their spirits and minds with enrichment programs like the Young Lions Club.
“Look at this time of division as an opportunity to look at all of the evil that’s happening and say that we’re going to overcome it with something good.”
“Guests are comfortable in our space, and they see FPCC as a place that will always welcome them.”
“Our intent is to be supportive with this grant and give presbyteries the maximum freedom for how it is used.”
In January, Synod of the Trinity Transitional Executive Susan Faye Wonderland and Synod Moderator John Bolt had the opportunity to travel to Montgomery, AL, at the invitation of synod executives of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to be part of an ongoing discussion about race within the denomination. What follows are the reflections from Susan and…
“That’s what I say to young people: find something that you love and do it.”