Temple Beth-el will hold an interfaith service of Holocaust Remembrance on Wednesday, May 1 at 7:00 pm, which will be followed by an OFFICIAL screening of the film “No Asylum: The Untold Chapter of Anne Frank’s Story,” directed by Paula
The entire Sanctuary was repainted last week, just in time for Palm Sunday and certainly will give a special feel for Easter Sunday. Courtyard work also took place last week and work on that is finishing up before Easter Sunday.
Standing in line at the Jewish Food and Folk Festival on Sunday, April 7, Lyn Wofford proclaimed that she is lucky and signed up for the 50-50 raffle. And yes, she won it. But Lyn was not the only one
I have been ordained over 32 years. During those years I have been to many, many annual meetings. Some are ho-hum. Some are innovative. Some are fine. Some are just ok. Last year’s annual meeting was good. This year’s annual
My goodness how time flies. Rev Donna pointed out to me that she has been with us for over a year now. It just doesn’t seem possible. Then when I think about the work that has been done and what
First Christian Church continues to be active at El Caldito, the soup kitchen at the Community of Hope. Although volunteers are welcome there any day, we normally go on the 4th Tuesday of the month. We typically arrive at about
. . . and God added among them ones who were being made safe. –Acts 2:47 (WYC) 2019 Annual Meeting of the Southwest Conference United Church of Christ April 4–6, 2019 | First Church UCC, 1407 N 2nd Street, Phoenix
Part II So the next question is: how might one “sit there”? It is not a quick answer. The simplest answer is: “it can take many forms.” Multiple world religions include different practices that encourage silence to nurture