Monthly Archives: June 2018

Thanks for Doing Your Part!

Dear Members and Friends – I’m very happy to report that Linda Mangelsdorf has been appointed to the Board of Trustees and will participate on Skype during those periods when she is traveling. We thank Twila Smith for completing two full terms – six years in all! Brett Bauman, whose shop is in nearby Campbell … Continued

To Save or Savor

The writer E.B. White once wrote, “I arise in the morning torn between the desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.”  To save or to savor, to give or to take? I feel the pull in both directions particularly strong these past … Continued

The Struggle to Dismantle White Surpremacy and Work for Racial Equity

“We are on a journey towards redemption.” “The journey towards redemption includes truth telling.” “Speaking the truth of our own complicity is a sign of commitment and faithfulness.” “Our liberation is collective.” “We are called to testify with our lives.” “We cannot show up authentically for the struggle out there if we ignore the one … Continued