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LENT Is Upon Us!

This Lent, our theme at Hope Central Church is “Fear: the movement from fear to love.”

We believe that – outside of when fear is a necessary human emotion in the face of immediate danger – it is fear that keeps us from love. It is the lack of love that keeps us from Racial Justice, love of ourselves and love of one another.

Read Reverend Jarrett’s blog, with some beginning ideas about our work.
 
For a full Lenten schedule and a list of resources, click here.

 
 

Mindfulness and the Body: a Five Part series

Hope Central Church Parlor, 12:30-2pm each day*
 
~ all are welcome for one or more days~
~ all body capabilities welcome ~
 
JAN 10 Finding the Breath
FEB 7 Cultivating Joy
MAR 7 Releasing Fear *note: 12:00-1:30pm
APR 4 Transforming Anger
MAY 9 Compassionate Action
 
Jan10, Feb 7 will explore restorative practices of the breath & simple body awareness
Mar 7, Apr 4, May 9 will explore how to gently hold difficult emotions and transform them into healthy, compassionate and vital action in our lives and in the world
 
Lillian Fuchs has been a massage therapist for over 10 years. A graduate of Yale Divinity School, she received her mindfulness trainings from Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, and is a long time practitioner of Yoga. She is also an associate member of St. Margaret’s, a Benedictine Community of Women in Duxbury.

 

Parents’ Corner

Check out the Parents’ Corner on our Children’s page, for relevant resources from our Associate Pastor, Courtney. Need some prayer ideas for children? You’ll find them here.
 
 

Ministry of Justice and Compassion Updates

Click here to read musings about our church’s ministry for social justice and repair of the world. You can also access the blog from our Blog page, where there are other wonderful blogs to follow.

Also, check out the calendar for upcoming MJC sponsored events. Details of each event are displayed when you click on the event.
 
 

Rosie’s Place Drive

The Ministry of Justice and Compassion has an ongoing Rosie’s Place drive to collect items for the poor and homeless women who depend on Rosie’s Place for emergency shelter, for a safe place to take a warm shower, and for seasonal clothing. The following items can be left in the Rosie’s Place box in the church:
• Travel-sized Toiletries (like those from hotels)
• Towels
• Twin Sheets/Pillow Cases for the emergency shelter
• Hats, Scarves, Gloves and Mittens
 
 

The Curley School Coat/Uniform Drive

The Ministry of Justice and Compassion has an ongoing Coat/Uniform Drive for our partnership school, the Curley K-8 in Jamaica Plain. We are gathering the following items to help support the students and their families, more than 80% of whom are living below the poverty line:
• winter coats, size 3 – adults,
• winter gear such as hats, gloves, mittens,
• plastic hangers.
• Pants/shorts/skirts/jumpers/dresses: tan, navy, black (especially sizes 8-adult)
• collared shirts and blouses: white and light blue (especially sizes 8-adult)
All donations need to be washed and in good repair and can be put in the bin at the back of the church.

 

 

Upcoming Events


  • March 7, 2015 12:00 pmMindfulness and the Body: Releasing Fear
  • March 8, 2015 7:30 pmBoston Renegaydes
  • March 15, 2015 7:30 pmBoston Renegaydes
  • March 22, 2015 7:30 pmBoston Renegaydes
  • March 24, 2015 7:00 pmChoir Practice
  • March 25, 2015 4:45 pmHope Central serves dinner at Pine Street Inn
  • March 29, 2015Palm Sunday
  • March 29, 2015 7:30 pmBoston Renegaydes
  • March 31, 2015 7:00 pmChoir Practice
  • April 2, 2015 6:00 pmMaundy Thursday
  • April 3, 2015 3:00 pmGood Friday
  • April 4, 2015 4:30 pmChoir Practice

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