Food plays as much a key role in this ministry as prayer and conversation: Often, staff will direct students who are food insecure to attend campus ministry’s weekly meetings for the meal, regardless of their faith background. Katrina and the college students are happy to have them.Read More
First, in a state with great food, the absolute best is found in church festivals and fundraisers. Maryland’s food heritage has been kept alive in the countless recipe books written in our parishes. From the tip of Southern Maryland to Baltimore and out to Oakland, recipes handed down for generations and new offering, brought by recent immigrants grace the tables in our parish halls.Read More
In the end, eight men fired ninety shots, and Jayland Walker was a dead man, discovered unarmed at the scene.
Lord have mercy.
Racial healing to top agenda as Episcopalians converge on Baltimore for their 80th churchwide convention
According to the church’s top official, though, the most important issues discussed will be racial injustice and racial reconciliation: how and why racial discrimination took root in the nation and the church, what harm it has caused, and how Episcopalians can “repair the breach” to which it gave rise.Read More
Putting self-advocacy into practice takes a variety of forms at Sutton Scholars: sometimes, this involves teaching a scholar how to positively express their emotions after a conflict; sometimes, it’s coaching a scholar through a mock debate or interview; sometimes, it’s introducing scholars to state and city legislators to talk about the issues and concerns they see in their neighborhoods.Read More