We are heading into our last Sunday of Earth Month and I’m excited to introduce you to my former Florida youth group student, Elise Willis. She is now working for the City of Palo Alto in our Urban Forestry Department. Our programming will begin in the Parlor and then Elise will lead us around our church campus to explore the various greenery God has gifted us with. We often forget that it is the lush greenery, the trees and shrubs, the wild animals and their interactivity within these ecosystem (us included), that keep our lungs pumping with fresh air, our bellies full of nutrient rich foods, and our bodies healthy with their many remedies; hence our quest to live in healthy and right relations within these lively and wild ecological systems! I look forward to see you there.
Susan Bradley and I have also been working on an art exhibit that will be going up in our long hallway in the next month – expect wonderful things very soon!
On April 26th I will be cooking for the UCCM Stanford students, they request a vegetarian meal for 15. I usually cook the meal in our church kitchen and bring it over to the students in the evening. Would you be willing to help pitch in a helping hand? Email me if you are interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
“So deeply do we care for you that we are determined to share with you not only the gospel of God but also our own selves, because you have become very dear to us.” 1 Thessalonians 2:8