Celebration of Abraham ZOOM Service of Compassion and Comfort, Sunday May 7
May 06, 2023
What a horrific week! But also what an outpouring of community solidarity. As Chief Pytel said at his press conference, the work of not only all the law enforcement personnel but also the community resulted in an ending to the violence. The community also really stepped up to provide shelter for the most vulnerable among us, the unhoused. Now our community must heal. To aid that process, the Celebration of Abraham will host a ZOOM Service of Compassion and Comfort on Sunday.
Attached is the information on the Sunday May 7 ZOOM Service of Compassion and Comfort. Please spread the information about our ZOOM to your email lists and friends. Our service will focus on the need for healing but also on how the community came together to meet the challenges especially those faced by the unhoused and how we need to strengthen the community going forward. We will end by offering some of the ways individuals can become involved in caring for the community.
Register for the Zoom here: https://bit.ly/abrahamprayer
Thank you, Helen
Helen Roland Cramer
How about those of us who have to DEAL with the so-called unhoused? Any compassion for us in this service? Or just the usual progressive community guilt trip. As you may have noticed, the last one was not a question, because I already know the answer.
Posted by: Alan C. Miller | May 07, 2023 at 07:09 AM