Some of St. John’s participated in the Women’s Day march in San Francisco.
Lisa Moy, Doreen Ewert, and I are members of the Interfaith Welcome – Bay Area Refugee Support Group.(Facebook: InterfaithWelcome.org). We have been meeting for about a year and we have 10 active members representing organizations in the greater Bay Area. Over this year, we have: Packed Welcome kits for the IRC to present to new
Thank you all! Your generosity raised over $3000 to buy teddy bears for the Teddy Bear Lift Project. Research has shown that cuddly stuffed animals provide solace to children coping with loss. The Tzedek Council of Temple Emanuel in partnership with Interfaith Welcome: Bay Area Refugee Support has been receiving donations to buy teddy bears
If you are interested in finding ways that St. John’s can be involved in the Syrian Refugee crisis, contact elder Doreen Ewert at email@example.com. To read a response from the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. regarding this matter, you can read statements on this link.
Kudos to our youth Shaw Lenox for an excellent Chinese translation of our quarterly message to Harvest participants.
January 16 – There will be a mobile of 300 origami stars. The stars represent the 300+ families that Harvest food pantry serves each week. During the month of January, we will be celebrating our commitment to St. John’s through our treasure, time, and talents. Kids, Harvest, and Music are programs that St. John’s puts