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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Pray for Missing Church Staff Member - Good News Update

The Capitol Hill Baptist Church staff member and GW campus ministry worker Matt Hill who was missing for almost a week during late May was found alive and well in North Carolina. Family and friends report that he left DC of his own will and continue to ask for prayer.  Praise the Lord!

Thursday, May 12, 2011

LaughingFlock/Food for Life May 21



The local Christian women's comedy troupe LaughingFlock is performing Saturday May 21 to benefit Food for Life:

Food For Life is a culinary training opportunity for DC high school graduates who are unemployed and currently without educational/vocational options. Once a week, a small group enters a positive and supportive kitchen environment where they can learn professional culinary skills from trained chefs by preparing “gourmet takeout” for up to 50 people.

Food For Life also aims to connect these young adults with life skills training as well as mentoring and discipleship relationships so that they are better equipped to pursue their life goals, inside and outside professional kitchens.

The show will be hosted at Christ our Shepherd Church, 801 North Carolina Ave., SE, at 6:30 pm.  The menu for the evening, catered of course by Food for Life, will be a choice of:

Mediterranean: Chicken, Hummus, and Yogurt Sauce, Pita bread, Lebanese Salad (olives, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, feta, lemon, mint, parsley, garlic) fresh Baklava;

Mediterranean vegetarian will have falafel instead of chicken;

Quasi-Southern: Chicken fingers and BBQ sauce, Potato salad,  Cilantro-lime cabbage and carrot slaw, Fudge brownies.  

I'm not going to lie. That sounds really good.

Get your tickets here!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

June 4 - Neighborhood Violence and Reconciliation Workshop

How can Christians help foster reconciliation in neighborhoods plagued by violence? This question and many others will be explored at the “Neighborhood Violence and Reconciliation Workshop,” which will be held on Saturday, June 4 from 9:30 a.m. - noon.

This workshop will be facilitated by Marinetta Cannito Hjort, an American University chaplain who has worked extensively in the area of peace and reconciliation in Italy and Mexico as well as the U.S. The workshop will be held at the Baptist Building, 1628 Sixteenth, Street NW Washington, D.C. For more information, please call 202.265.1526.