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Is your church helping folks prepare for winter?

St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral in Buffalo, under interim dean Rev. Will Mebane, has created a “Garden of Warmth” for people who need gloves, hats, and other cold-weather gear.
What is your church doing to help folks survive through the cold months ahead?

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blue, peach and crimson hope: prepare to prepare

In the Magazine we’re exploring worship and in this piece, Charles LaFond reflects on the season of Advent and its occurrence in the global north’s winter, asking “What do we do? You and I? What is our job in winter’s darkness?”

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