Author: Allan Georgia
Now that our YRE classes are meeting on Sundays from 11:30 – 12:30, we are very much into the lunch hour while we are in class. And we want to be very conscientious about our hungry kids!
It doesn’t make sense to provide a full lunch … read more.
Can you imagine cleaning such a mess that you measure it in how many sponges you used?
I heard when I was young the rule that you don’t help a butterfly out of its pupa. When a butterfly emerges, it is delicate and the emerging is … read more.
Part of a campaign initiated by the USCRI (United States Committee on Refugees and Immigrants)
On our first Sunday in November, senior high youth Graham Torok explained his Eagle Scout project focusing on refugee families in Northeast Ohio. These are people who are not only forced … read more.
Rainbow Ka’bah in Kassel, Germany.
The Ka’bah is old. The holiest site in Islam was holy before the dawn of Islam. It was also not alone among “honored stones” in the pre-Islamic religion in the Arabian peninsula. Its importance as the physical representation of Islamic … read more.
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Unity in Our Community Emergency Food Pantries, which was established during the pandemic, ended its program this month
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Unity in Community Emergency Pantry Vision & History
The Unity in Community Emergency Food Pantry began in March 2020 as a … read more.
Image of the Field Museum, Chicago. (NYTimes)
“When I work on a bone or two, it’s very easy to forget that these are actually people with their own lives and stories,” said study author Bence Viola, an anthropologist at the University of Toronto. “Figuring out how … read more.
Courage comes in many forms, but the ones we often use to explain courage aren’t always the ones that really show up in our lives. Maybe you have saved people from a burning building or rescued a stranded pet or smiled in the face of … read more.