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Contemplative Worship & Communion, Tuesdays, 5 PM


Join us for worship, October 21st, 10 AM
including "A Time for Joy & Wonder" for our youngest ones and their families.
Rev. Kim Mislin Cran, Preacher
Music: Derek Schaible, Church Musician; the Tintinnabulators, led by Paula Weitemier

The annual Congregational Budget Meeting will take place as part of the worship service. 


Please make sure all our babies, toddlers and preschoolers are present for A Time for Joy and Wonder – an important part of worship where our youngest ones and their families experience the joy and wonder of God’s creation. I wonder what an elephant, kangaroo and octopus have in common? Come to worship and find out! If you have questions, please contact Pastor Kim.


Family Night Party for CATCH, October 26, 6 PM, Boise First Dining Room 
CATCH (Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless) is a non-profit agency that assists families that are experiencing homelessness. JAWAM is partnering with the Boise Valley Friends Meeting Group to host Family Halloween Night for CATCH families at our church. CATCH families will be invited to attend our Family Halloween Night. Boise First families are also invited to join in the fun. Attendees are encouraged to wear Halloween costumes. Please come; help us make this a fun event for the CATCH children and their families. RSVP to Liz Roberts.


Do you wonder what the phrase “Progressive Christianity” means? Come and explore this way of understanding God through Living the Questions DVD series: October 7, 14, and 28th. Led by Ms. Nikki Leonard and Rev. Dr. Doug Lobb.


ADVENT RETREAT, November 17th, 9 AM, St. Michael’s Episcopal Cathedral
"Chiseling with God: Transformative power of the creative process", led by Gretchen Weitemier. Attendees will make a beautiful woodblock print. There will also be Spiritual Reflection sessions led by Christine Merritt. Registration deadline: October 27. To register, contact St. Michael's Episcopal Cathedral office at 208-342-5601. 


Coffee Shop Hours with Pastor Kim 
Wednesdays, 11:30 AM at Moxie Java on Chinden, Boise
October 31st


Items can be placed in the basket labeled “Interfaith Sanctuary” located in Dining Room.

SPECIAL NEED: Small nail clippers and small tubes of vaseline

Dental floss, Toothpaste – small, Toothbrushes, Lotions, Razors, Lip Balm, Antiperspirant deodorant, Small bar soaps, Small-sized shampoos, Small-sized conditioners, Q-tips
Tampons, sanitary napkins, Band-aids – all sizes, Shaving cream
Hair items–combs, barrettes, ties, etc.; Socks - Men, Women, Children; Underwear - Men, Women, Children; Diapers - Adults and Kids, especially Size 5 kids
Peanut Butter, Jelly, Cough drops


UNDER THE TENT OF ABRAHAM featured in the Idaho Statesman, 8-10-18: click HERE

UNDER THE TENT OF ABRAHAM featured on Channel 7 News, 8-10-18: click HERE


"Ten Ways to Fight Hate: A Community Resource Guide"

From the Southern Poverty Law Center: 
Hate in America has become commonplace. What can we do to stop the hate?

 “Ten Ways to Fight Hate: A Community Resource Guide” sets out 10 principles for fighting hate in your community. You can read more about it and download a copy by clicking HERE.


The plan was approved in May 2015.  The document is available for download at the bottom of this page.  

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For more information about these and other activities, download the current Herald (newsletter) available here.

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May 27, 2015, 1:51 PM
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