Join us in September as we trace the story of loss, estrangement, promise and redemption – the early journey of God’s people. As always, we’ll be welcoming local artists as guest musicians playing great bluegrass music throughout the month. Walk with us on the journey!
- One five-gallon bucket with resealable lid (If bucket has been used, clean well, but do not use if it has held chemicals of any kind.)
- Four scouring pads
- Seven sponges, including one large
- One scrub brush
- Eighteen reusable cleaning towels (e.g. Easy Wipes)
- One 50 oz. or two 25 oz. bottle(s) of liquid laundry detergent
- One 16-28 oz. bottle of liquid disinfectant dish soap
- One 12-16 oz. bottle of household cleaner that can be mixed with water (no spray bottles)
- One package of 48-50 clothespins
- Clothesline, two 50 ft. or one 100 ft.
- Five dust masks
- Two pairs non surgical latex gloves
- One pair work gloves, cotton with leather palm or all leather
- 24-28 heavy duty or contractor type 30-45 gallon trash bags on a roll and removed from carton
- One 6-9 oz. bottle of non-aerosol insect repellent
All cleaning items must be new – all liquid items must be capped and securely tightened. Place all items into the bucket, making sure they are packed securely to avoid damage during shipment. Snap the lid on tight and seal with packing tape.
Our August community service event is on Wednesday, Aug. 17, from 6:30pm til around 8:15pm. We’ll once again be heading back over to Keswick Multicare (nursing home) in Hampden (700 W. 40th Street) to help the senior citizens play bingo. All ages welcome! Please RSVP to Heather.
And save the date for our September community service event. On Saturday, Sept. 10 from 11am to 2pm we’ll be helping sort and distribute school supplies at the Teacher Supply Swap. They’re an awesome non-profit that helps teachers get the supplies they need – for FREE! Again, RSVP to Heather.
This Saturday, July 23, we’ll be marching with many other communities of faith in the Baltimore gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender pride parade! We’ve marched the past few years and it’s always a blast. All ages welcome!
The parade starts at 2pm, but we’ll be meeting around 12:00 or 12:30pm. Come march with us! Email Pastor Amy for more details. See you Saturday!
Join us in May and June as we explore the intersections between faith, calling, and creativity. Church is on Sundays at 5pm. Walk with us on the journey!
Despite the rain our small group still showed up to clean up trash along the Mill Run stream in the Hampden/Woodberry neighborhood. We made a big difference – thanks to everyone who helped out!
Our April community service event is this Saturday, April 2, from 9:30am til noon. We’ll be helping do a stream cleanup as part of Project Stream Clean 2016! Meet in the lobby of the Millrace Building (2007 Clipper Park Rd – diagonally across from Woodberry Kitchen) and then we’ll head out to clean up the Mill Run stream in the Hampden/Woodberry neighborhoods. All ages welcome and you can stay as long as you like!
A huge thanks to the folks who helped us plant trees in the Ellwood Park neighborhood of Baltimore this past Saturday. Our group and all the others that joined the Baltimore Tree Trust Saturday planted a total of 63 trees along the streets. We had a blast – enjoy these photos and save the date for our next community service event: the morning of Saturday, April 2, we’ll be doing a stream clean-up.
Our March and April community service events will have us outside!
First, join us Saturday, March 12, from 9am to noon to help the Baltimore Tree Trust plant trees in the Ellwood Park neighborhood of Baltimore. RSVP to Heather if you want to come help!
And on Saturday, April 2, we’ll be doing a stream clean-up in the morning – most likely in the Hampden / Woodberry area of Baltimore. More details to come!
If you want to keep up with all our upcoming events – from community service to book group meetings, join our MeetUp Group!
We had a great time volunteering at the Maryland Food Bank this past Saturday. Thanks to our small but hard-working team for helping sort thousands of pounds of donated food.
You never know what kind of donations you’ll see come around on the sorting conveyor belt – as evident by Ryan and his shopping cart of salad dressing above. If you can believe it, the shopping cart was about half-full before packed much of it away and took this pic.
Stay tuned for details on our February community service project!