Posts with the category “engage-our-community”
Masks, Part 2
by Noël Foulk on April 21st, 2020
Protective masks may be part of life into the future for many of us. Though homemade masks are not fully virus protective, they do offer a measure of barrier against airborne particles. In countries such as China and Japan, masks have been part of the wardrobe during flu seasons for a long time. During the COVID-19 pandemic, now masks are seen worldwide. Perhaps this fashion trend will take hold ...
Food Drive - White Center Food Bank
by Noël Foulk on April 17th, 2020
Julianna Carlson read an email about how the demand for food assistance is rising at an extraordinary rate, just as our local food banks are being struck by shortages of donated food. An idea began to form – a food drive to support the White Center Food Bank! Julianna volunteers with our youth and knows that our students are looking for ways they can serve during this pandemic. Her idea … let’s mo...
For such a time as this... Mask Making
by Noël Foulk on April 17th, 2020
By Blythe MeigsThe Covid-19 pandemic has affected our community in many ways. Liz Bolling, seamstress extraordinaire, found herself with time on her hands after being furloughed from her job at Nordstrom Bridal. Two weeks ago, she heard on the news that healthcare workers were in need of washable masks to help their hospital issued masks last longer. Then the CDC recommended people wear masks in ...
Parenting for the Long Run - or Swim?!!Word – Humility – Worship… Remember?Morning Devotion for March 13Come to the QuietMonday, The Third Week of LentMorning Devotion for March 17Morning Devotion for March 18Sure ConfidenceMorning Devotion - March 19Compline at St Mark’sJoy, The Fourth Week of LentJoy & GratitudeJoy & DragonsJoy & ForgivenessJoy & ConnectionsJoy & MusicWatch and Pray, The fifth Week of LentDevotions for March 31
Video Devotional for April 1Walk & PrayDevotion for April 3Devotion for April 4Holy Week DevotionsVideo Devotion from Pastor LaurieFor such a time as this... Mask MakingFood Drive - White Center Food BankDevotion - April 20Devotion - April 21Masks, Part 2Devotion, April 22 - Knowledge and LoveDevotion - April 23Devotion - April 24Devotion - April 27Devotion - April 28Devotion - April 29Devotion - April 30
Devotion - May 1Devotion - May 2Devotion - May 4Devotion - May 5Devotion - May 6, Quarantine Eating...Devotion - May 7, ResurrectionDevotion - May 8Devotion - May 9Devotion - May 11Devotion - May 12Devotion - May 13Devotion - May 14Devotion - May 15Devotion - May 16Devotion - May 18Devotion - May 19Devotion - May 20Devotion - May 21Devotion - May 22Devotion - May 23Devotion - May 26Devotion - May 27Devotion - May 28Update on WSPC's Coronavirus ResponseDevotion - May 29Devotion - May 30
Devotion - June 1Devotion - June 2Devotion - June 3Devotion - Hope in the Midst, Part 1Devotion - Hope in the Midst, Part 2Devotion - June 6Devotion - Hope in the Midst, Part 3Devotion - Is It Really a “New Normal”?Devotion - The Fellowship of BelieversDevotion - June 12Devotion - June 13, Graduation WeekendDevotion - June 15Devotion - June 16Devotion - A Cry of Grief as a Matter of FaithDevotion - June 18Devotion - June 19Devotion - June 20Devotion - June 22Devotion - June 23Devotion - June 24Devotion - June 25Devotion - June 26Devotion - June 27Devotion - June 29Devotion - June 30
Devotion - July 1When Summer Feels Like Every Other DayWho is my Neighbor?What Can I do?Devotion - July 2Devotion - July 3Devotion - July 4Morning Devotions: Week of July 6Where were you when?Devotions: Week of July 13Devotions: Week of July 20Devotions: Week of July 27God Cares for MeMaking the Most of Summer