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"Navigators of the Soul" - Joshua Berg, Intern Minister
The Passover story told this past week speaks of Jewish renewal, escaping slavery into freedom. The Jewish practice of counting the Omer, a celebration of the harvest, is also a renewal, as food stocks are replenished counting forty-nine days immediately following Passover and culminating in the festival of Shavuot or Pentecost. Shavuot renews the religious Jewish connection to the divine as they celebrate the receiving of the Ten Commandments. Similarly, the Pentecost is when religious Christians renew their connection to the divine by celebrating the rebirth of Jesus. The season of Spring is when new life appears. Now is the time when all these celebrations of renewal come together, just as we are facing the end of a pandemic and thus, another renewal of sorts. Today, we will talk about existential exhaustion and spiritual centering that can facilitate renewal that is the freeing of our souls.
Dial by Phone: 646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 815 5411 5793 Passcode: 911046
Children's Chapel (preschool - 2nd grade)
Sundays from 9:30 am - 10:15 am
Designed for preschool through 2nd grade, all ages welcome. Interactive. Please have drawing materials ready at home! Zoom Link → Children's Chapel
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Contact: Starr Austin - firstname.lastname@example.org, 520-257-8902
Credentialed Religious Educator and Virtual DRE
2020-2021 Pledge Payments
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Mail is picked up once a week.
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April Plate Collection
St. Leo's Soup Kitchen
Half of the plate collections during the month of April will go towards the St. Leo's Soup Kitchen. St. Leo’s Soup Kitchen serves hot meals and takeaway lunches to guests in the Detroit community. The Soup Kitchen serves around 40,000 meals per year. Text to 248-574-8034 with your amount + keyword. ex. "$20 plate".
50% Shared Plate → Select Give to “Plate Collection – 50% Split
To Designate 100% → Select Give to Plate Collection – St. Leo’s