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Healing Our City: 30 Days of Silent Prayer, July 1-30, 912 W Broadway
Our communities are experiencing deep and multi-layered trauma.
30 Days of Silent Prayer: Healing the Heart of Our City is a month-long, African American-led collaborative conceived to add a vital spiritual factor to all the strategic thinking, policy proposals and investments being considered.
Daily Communal Prayer: 8 minutes and 46 seconds at 8:46PM Please join us daily at 8:46PM, wherever you are, in pausing to pray/meditate for 8 minutes and 46 seconds.
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We, at City House, join with the many who seek to companion those who feel unseen and unheard in our Twin Cities community and beyond…and we know this must include calling out what has been unseen and unheard within ourselves. We wish to echo these beautiful, challenging words from the Spiritual Directors International (SDI) Coordinating Council’s recent statement:
http://eveisknews.com/category/eve-account “Spiritual companions bear witness. As such, we call on our community, and all individuals, to bear witness compassionately to what is happening, to seek understanding, and to take such action as seems appropriate in line with the universal spiritual principles of wisdom, compassion, and equality for all. Because spiritual companions use deep listening to help others raise their self-awareness, we call on all people to lead in their communities by listening to all those affected by these issues, from all sides, non-judgmentally. Such listening offers the foundation for responsive leadership that we have been sorely lacking. Listening is not a passive response to the crisis we now face. It is, rather, an urgent and necessary action, and one of the most potent tools at our disposal to begin a process of remediation, change and healing.”
Coronavirus: COVID 19
City House is taking the coronavirus seriously. We sent the following note to our volunteers. We do not have a location of our own, but we want to make sure everyone is taking care and staying healthy and safe.
Good day everyone,
I hope this note finds you well! Thank you for all you do as City House volunteers. I wanted to reach out in order to be clear about our response to the coronavirus (also COVID 19).
Please take care of yourself and others by:
* Staying home if you feel at all under the weather.
* Opting to stay home if you feel like you are in danger of contracting the virus. There is no need to put yourself in harm's way, and everyone will understand!
* Washing your hands often and thoroughly.
* Not shaking hands and keeping some distance between yourself and others.
Also, please ask your partner organization(s) about their policies concerning the virus, if they have not already discussed them with you. If they do not have a policy in place you might encourage them to create one.
Please see the CDC website: https://www.cdc.gov for more details on the virus and how to stay safe.
Stay healthy!Please feel free to reach out to Rolf or Joyce with any questions. Thank you again for all you do!
Executive Director, City House
A choice to fund City House is a choice to care. The return on your investment is a return on inspiration. Our impact is one life made right, just in time. We make a difference one soul at a time.
Over 4,000 people living in Twin Cities experience homelessness.
Help make a difference today.