2013 August Consider
Work is progressing steadily (when the rain permits!) on our renewed Memorial Garden. New stone paths, benches and special plantings will make the space between the main sanctuary and Cowan Chapel a special place of peace and green, growing reflection. First suggested in 1998, the memorial garden was the inspiration of Mary Nash and Judy… Read more.
The 160th Annual Meeting of the congregation was kicked off with a musical St. Patrick’s day tribute of songs by Alex Dycus and accompanist Betty Hibler. Kevin Burke provided a corned beef and cabbage feast, complete with ‘taters, Irish soda bread (thanks to Peggy Coyne), and wonderful desserts provided and cleaned up by an army… Read more.
Southern Faith Witness: A March and Rally for the Civil Rights Struggle of Our Era On Tuesday, March 26, 2013, the Supreme Court of the United States begins hearing arguments on the constitutionality of the ban on gay marriage. The ban denies over 1400 civil rights, tax benefits, housing incentives and legal protections to thousands of… Read more.
Advent is one of my favorite seasons! It is the season of promised hope, and of expectations beginning to be fulfilled. How apropos that our construction phase is drawing to a close at exactly this time of year. Truly, “the hopes and fears of all the years” are about to be met as we finish… Read more.
MacGregor Lakes took first place in the Social Studies academic meet, Berea Middle School Academic Team vs Caudill Middle School. Congrats!!