Remember back in deep winter when we listened where God might be leading us in the coming season? And we talked about a six-week shift in our worship life in July and August? It's beginning to come together. And it's going to be good. Also, it's a risk, which is what we are so good at taking. During this six week span, we will not gather for worship on Sundays (at Sholom Home or otherwise).
Our gatherings will look like:
Meal Liturgy at the Art House North Tuesdays at 5:30PM July 12, July 19, July 26 August 2, August 9, August 16
Imagine Too Much Love at Claddagh Coffee--but instead it's Tuesday evening at the Art House and you don't have to leave in silence. And you get to help with cleanup. Emily Hennen is our Kitchen Manager for Meal Liturgies. There will be volunteer prepping and cooking spots available each week. Team effort! Julie and Joel Heaton are going to be clipboard managers--people who manage the details and tell the rest of us what to do.
Art Events in the Park Erin DeBoer-Moran, serving as our Artist in Residence, will gather all God's creatures great and small at community art-making events in the out of doors. Erin might pull other artists to lead some of these events. These are bring your friends and show up and make art events.
I'm wondering what you want to do with Sunday, July 3. It's the one date--just hanging out there--looking for direction. Your Humble Walk staff will all be leading on location at Outlaw Ranch in Custer, SD (I'm leading Bible studies, Vanessa and Jeremiah are leading music/theater--and bonus: Erin is leading art sessions). Get back to me on this one, will you?