Seminary Newsletter, spring 2014


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See What’s So Great About Summer Camp!

Looking for a place where your children can have a great time, live in nature, learn life -building skills and make lifelong friends? Look no further! The Christian Community children’s camp offers a wonderful program.

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International Newsletter – Easter 2014

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Video of Interfaith Forum on Death & the Afterlife

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Presenters included Rev. Liza Marcato, priest in Taconic-Berkshire, and Ann-Elizabeth Barnes, a dedicated member of The Christian Community and part of The Future Initiatives Group.


International Newsletter Advent 2013

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International Newsletter, fall 2013

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New Legacy Giving Coordinator Hired

The Christian Community in North American would like to welcome Mary Hirsch as our first Legacy Giving Coordinator. Ms. Hirsch has been hired by The Region to assist our individual communities in the development of their own Legacy Giving Programs.

Ms. Hirsch brings to this new position over 23 years of extensive experience ranging from public relations and marketing to planned giving, major gifts and capital campaign management. She has worked in large non-profit organizations, state universities, two Waldorf schools and a charitable foundation. As the Advancement Director at Kimberton Waldorf School, she launched Waldorf Works – a mission-based sustainable fundraising program that attracted over 500 people to campus over two years. She was Director of Development at the Waldorf School of Princeton, Rutgers University and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and Director of Planned Giving at Rider University.  Read more

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Living in the Midst of a Battleground: The War in Syria

Life comes to us with many simple yet essential blessings whose value we often forget about until we no longer have them. We take such blessings as water to drink, food to eat, talking to someone freely or even simply taking a walk; we take them for granted until we have them no more. This is one of the faces of the war. It shows itself by taking away from normal people the essentials of life. How does a war start? How does it grow to last for years? How is it that in our lifetime, we, the citizens of the earth, have not yet found a way to extend a hand to stop it, to transform it? Not yet. The war in Syria has been going on for over two years. It is now extending beyond Syria. Thousands of people have died. Thousands of people have become homeless and are in danger of dying. Read more

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International Newsletter-Summer Edition

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Seminary Newsletter Spring 2013

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