Parish Vision Trip ReCap
This year's Parish Vision Trip took us to our nation's capital the weekend of June 14-17 to experience the beauty, as well as the challenges, of our common humanity in a place that highlights our call to seek liberty and justice for all. 87 participants ranging from age 2-82 traveled to Washington, D.C. to see monumental sights, hear our amazing choir sing at The Washington National Cathedral, and get up-close and personal to some of the realities of poverty and racial injustice we face in our country. The weekend was a collection of small-group gatherings and full-family functions including: a living parable, a peek into African American History, ghost tours, shared meals, and unspeakably beautiful worship services of connection and communion. Together, we had a vision of what can be, if we, as individuals, as families, and as the Redeemer worshiping community commit ourselves to the sacred work of the Gospel.
We invite you to hear our stories and dream a little into our vision of being sent into the world, rooted and grounded in love, to serve all people with humility compassion, and faithfulness. On Sunday, August 11 at 11:30 am in the Great Hall join us for a forum filled with story-sharing.