#EveningGoodNews Recap: May 1-7
At a time when headlines do little to lift spirits, we could all use a little good news. And there is good news to be found all throughout the Diocese of North Carolina, and every night at 6p.m., we are sharing a good news story of our faith and faithful in action. You can find these stories on Facebook and Twitter, or you can enjoy the weekly recap below.
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Enjoy the story of the work happening at Christ's Beloved Community/Comunidad Amada de Cristo in Winston-Salem, where a hunger grant from the ELCA is helping this community feeding ministry serve more neighbors than ever before. #EveningGoodNews
These two wonderful sisters are part of the Episcopal Diocese of NC's beloved community. Many are learning of their gifts during this time of pandemic, but we've long known about - and been grateful for - those gifts, as Jackie Metivier and her team at Bilingual Communications have been providing Spanish translations for our diocese, in print and live at our annual convention, for many years. #EveningGoodNews
As part of the ongoing diocesan offerings for the 50 Days of Easter, the Rev. Canon Rhonda Mawhood Lee, diocesan canon for regional ministry, preaches a homily for the Fourth Sunday of Easter, Good Shepherd Sunday. #EveningGoodNews
In this week's Habits of Grace, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry reminds us to look for the helpers during this time of pandemic. #EveningGoodNews
Our good news this night came in the form of a webinar, "Praying in a Time of Pandemic," with the Rev. Dr. Christopher Beeley, Bishop Sam Rodman and Bishop Anne Hodges-Copple.
On Saturday, May 2, St. Ambrose, Raleigh, in partnership with the Food Bank of NC and First Baptist Church, distributed 11,500 pounds of food in 435 boxes to families in need. Enjoy the video from the day below, and check out the coverage from ABC11: https://abc11.tv/2SXffMH #EveningGoodNews
Greensboro's FOX8 invited spiritual leaders to offer hopeful messages during this pandemic. Here's the Rev. Milton Williams of St. Franciis, Greensboro. #EveningGoodNews
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