By Mary Ellen Mitchell When we were 24 (in 2005), Meridith and I took a trip up the east coast to visit intentional Christian communities and imagine what our futures might be. Our last stop was the Bruderhof, which Meridith described as “kind of Amish, kind of Catholic worker.” We stayed with a family, worked in the laundry, and saw their peace barn. Years passed, Lydia’s House was born, and we looked to lots of places to get help and inspiration for this work. In 2019 Bethany Kurtz came to us, as she was leaving the Bruderhof, having discerned that
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Monthly Worship: Episcopal Feast of St. Lydia
January 25, 2015 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Our annual Episcopal Feast of St. Lydia will be a smaller, more intimate worship service this year. Dean Gail Greenwell will preside as we pray together for the coming year and reflect back on our first year of offering space to women and children in need.. Mass will be followed with appetizers.