Newsletter for October 17

The rector writes: "Where our treasure is our hearts will be also, as Jesus said. Sometimes what we do with our treasure changes our hearts — and vice versa! How do we care for our hearts, our time, our resources of skill, education, health, privilege, support? How do we honor, preserve, use and give away what has been passed down to us?"
 
Also: a memorial concert with mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade; our upcoming communal-but-safe Harvest Dinner; and more!

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