Engaging lyrical text and bright, accessible illustrations make this book a must for every child's bookshelf, classroom and library.
Author: Alexandra Penfold
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
No matter how you start your day, What you wear when you play, Or if you come from far away, All are welcome here. Follow a group of children through a day in their school, where everyone is welcome. A school where children in patkas, hijabs, baseball caps and yarmulkes play side by side. A school where students grow and learn from each other's traditions. A school where diversity is a strength. Warm and inspiring, All Are Welcome lets young children know that no matter what, they have a place, they have a space, and they are welcome in their school. Engaging lyrical text and bright, accessible illustrations make this book a must for every child's bookshelf, classroom and library.
Alexandra Penfold is a literary agent and the author of All Are Welcome; Big Feelings; The Littlest Viking; Eat, Sleep, Poop; and Food Truck Fest! When she isn't writing and drinking strong iced coffee, she's probably in the kitchen ...
Author: Alexandra Penfold
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
When a new family moves in, the whole neighborhood comes together to celebrate their diverse community in this uplifting new book from the bestselling creators of All Are Welcome! Let’s go walking down our street. Friends and neighbors here to greet. There are oh so many folks to meet. We all are neighbors here. Moving to a new place can be hard, but when your neighbors welcome you with open arms, there are so many things to discover and celebrate. Come along with the kids from the bestsellers of All Are Welcome and Big Feelings as they introduce the new kid to a community where everyone has a place and is loved and appreciated—no matter what.
Here the love of God, through Jesus, is revealed in time and space; as we share in Christ the feast that frees us: All are welcome, all are welcome, all are welcome in this place. Let us build a house where hands will reach beyond the ...
Author: Neil Paynter
Publisher: Wild Goose Publications
A book of quotes and readings - poems, prayers, short reflections and stories - for each day of the year from writers and thinkers who have inspired the Iona Community and from members of the community themselves.
All ages are welcome. Union Gospel Mission - Lunch 400 Bannon Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 Sunday. Must attend chapel service(gate opens at 10:30 a.m.)11:00 a.m.12:00 p.m. and lunch immediately follows. Friendship Park Loaves and Fishes ...
Publisher: Sacramento Resoures
Category: Social Science
Directory of Human Services, including any faith-based and non-profit community organizations listed together. This publication is the most comprehensive directory of resources in Sacramento, CA. Updated annually. The Sacramento Resource Directory contains 749 Direct Services of vital information needed to successfully locate community services for income-eligible individuals and families with additional community public agency programs designed to empower disadvantaged populations living within the Sacramento, CA community. Please call (916) 51-4NEED (6333) for more information.
Call to worship based on Psalm 23 The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. To those who come in need, in the name of Jesus: Come and worship, for all are welcome here! He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside still ...
Author: Gill Ambrose
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
ROOTS is a joint initiative by all the mainstream churches in the UK and Ireland. For ten years it has provided lectionary-based resources for worship and learning for the whole church. Over 10,000 local churches use its regular magazine and online programmes. This versatile and adaptable participative prayer resource for all-age worship is taken from the extensive material the ROOTS authors have created. Based on the lectionary readings for each Sunday of Years A, B & C it includes: gathering prayers seasonal prayers of thanksgiving a creative response to the day's readings responsive prayers of intercession a children's prayer activity an all-age prayer activity responsive prayers for sending out All the texts can be downloaded or projected from the accompanying CD Rom.
All are welcome , all are welcome , All are welcome in this place . Are you struggling with questions about family planning ? Have you been a victim of abuse or violence , of a crime ? Are you a criminal who has been imprisoned ?
Author: Bill Huebsch
Publisher: Twenty-Third Publications
The author, a national leader of the WCC movement and a popular speaker, encourages pastors to embrace whole community catechesis as a way to involve their parishioners more fully in adult faith formation and active participation in the liturgy. Also shows the solid basis for this approach in Church documents and recent movements within the Church.
... and songs of grace, Let this house proclaim from floor to rafter: All are welcome, all are welcome, all are welcome in this place. We sang this song with all our hearts even though, as a prophetic song, it's coming before its time.
Author: Francis Dorff
Publisher: Sunstone Press
As someone who has been guiding people through the catacombs of their own lives for decades, Francis Dorff, O. Praem. is uniquely qualified to tell stories that evoke personal experiences of the treasures residing within each of us. Readers may recognize
Author: Rev. Steven GreenebaumPublish On: 2014-10-07
always something that is blatantly obvious. As example, there is a spiritual community I know of that prides itself in its proclamation that “All are welcome.” So far so good. But we want to go one step further and ask, “All are welcome ...
Author: Rev. Steven Greenebaum
Publisher: SkyLight Paths Publishing
Interfaith as a Faith—A Way to Move Past Preaching about Love and Compassion to Actually Practicing Them “A commitment to Interfaith is no small commitment. Nor is it an easy commitment. But I do believe it can be a rewarding and healing one. Interfaith widens our world. And, if we let it, Interfaith frees us from the imprisoning shackles of one of the most debilitating of all human emotions—fear of the ‘other.’” —from Chapter 6 The interfaith movement is taking root. More and more of us are exploring it. At the same time interfaith finds itself at a crossroads. Where do we go now? Rev. Steven Greenebaum not only suggests the faith of Interfaith as a positive way forward but also offers a practical, down-to-earth approach to a more spiritually fulfilling life. In this accessible how-to guide, Greenebaum addresses: What it means to practice Interfaith as a faith and why you might want to embrace it.Why you can choose Interfaith as a faith and still keep your own spiritual tradition.How to establish the necessary foundations to start an Interfaith spiritual community.How to choose the right minister for your Interfaith community.What you can expect as your community forms and grows.And much, much more. Along with offering resources such as Interfaith liturgy and guides to Interfaith church governance, he includes the voices of members of the Living Interfaith Church, the community he founded, to share their whys and hows of participating in an Interfaith church.
“everyone is OK and everyone's going to heaven,” or in which each simply “does her or his own thing”; but others are people who have fully grasped the ... In the Introduction, I referred to Marty Haugen's hymn, titled, “All Are Welcome.
Author: Kenneth D. Thurow
There has been ongoing controversy over the place of non-heterosexuals in church and society, with ordination and same-sex unions being particular hot-button topics. Now Kenneth D. Thurow, a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, makes a compelling case for welcoming non-heterosexuals to A Place at the Table, basing his case on the Bible, the social sciences, and the theology and mission of the church. This book offers guidance on interpreting the Bible, examines what the Bible says about sexual behaviors, explores the concept of "abomination," invites reflection on life "outside of Eden," declares welcome to be a vital part of the church's mission, and recommends specific actions. "... an accessible, fresh, compelling reframing of the issues around non-heterosexuality. Moving beyond current rhetoric, this book returns to essential questions: how do we read the Bible, see ourselves as church, and understand the mission of God as including radical hospitality. It will encourage dialog around one of the hot topic issues facing the church." -Dr. Ann Fritschel, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible, Wartburg Theological Seminary "... makes an excellent case for enlightened understanding of scripture. Discussion of biblical texts is vast and fair. Chapters provide excellent lead-ins to discussion." -Dr. Frank Benz, Professor Emeritus of Old Testament, Wartburg Theological Seminary
For to follow Jesus as our wisdom teacher is to live into communities of belonging, not places of welcome. And there's a big difference. Churches announcing that “all are welcome” are a dime a dozen. I was serving one of them in 1983.
Author: Phil Snider
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
This collection of sermons adds compelling clarity to the growing chorus of Christian voices that are passionate about LGBTQ justice and equality--not in spite of their faith but precisely because of it. With a combination of pastoral sensitivity, scholarly insight, and courageous vision, these sermons are a must-read not only for LGBTQ people longing to know they don't have to deny their religious convictions in order to embrace their sexuality and/or gender identity, but also for people of faith who wonder if they have to disregard the Bible in order to fully accept their LGBTQ neighbors, friends, and family members. This volume is an ideal resource for small groups, Sunday school classes, preachers, church leaders, and all people everywhere who are interested in recognizing how the rich resources in the Bible can be cultivated in order to celebrate--rather than condemn--LGBTQ friends and neighbors.