Category Archives: Feeding the hungry

#Foodforthesoul #Serving @BethanyHouseSvc

Grateful for the opportunity to help our fellow (wo)man (and children) this morning by serving breakfast at Bethany House Services, in Cincinnati.

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A good time was had by all #MondayMirth

Sometimes it’s nice to dwell on the past; especially when it involves good food and company! Here are some pictures from our Harvest Feast yesterday. We had a great turnout and there were lots of scrumptious dishes to share. Rev. … Continue reading

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#Gardenparty & Pesto!

Our gardening families met for a picnic in the yard and making pesto together with fresh basil from our garden. When the time comes to harvest tomatoes, we’ll be looking forward to making salsa!

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#Garden helpers

Thankful for gardeners, waterers, and more plants  in the garden!

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#SummerReading “Gardens of Heaven and Earth”

Check out this short work, “Gardens of Heaven and Earth” on the role gardens have played for humanity over the ages. Available from the Swedenborg Foundation. Happy #SummerReading!

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Fruit=Goodness! #SpiritualCincy

Our small garden is bearing fruit! We can happily report some new tomatoes on our Peacevine cherry tomato plants and the first two strawberries harvested, from plants kindly donated by our host-church.  We will share with you our successes (and failures) … Continue reading

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Meet our (deer-deterring) new flowers

We are adding some more color (that also deter deer) to the garden by way of marigolds, dusty miller, portulaca, sage, Russian sage and poppies. We hope as they grow, their color will inspire passers-by to garden, too!

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