News Item–Earth Day Event–Rain or Shine

 

A reminder about tonight’s Earth Day Program at Kinstone.
The event will take place rain or shine.
If it rains, we will meet inside the Education Center building.
The event starts at 6:00 pm.
Please help spread the word.
Happy Earth Day,
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Dwayne
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What:¬† ¬†“Honoring Our Sacred Connections to the Earth:¬† An Earth Day Walking Program and Film at Kinstone”
 
When:  Tonight, Monday, April 22nd РEarth Day 2019
Times:
A. * Walking Program:  6:00 pm.  Kristine Beck, Corrine Haulotte (Lutheran), Paul Stern (Zen Buddhist), and Kathy Redig (Catholic) will speak at three of the sites at Kinstone.
B.  Snacks and Social Time:  7:00 pm
C.¬†¬†Film:¬† 7:30 pm.¬† “Standing on Sacred Ground: Part # 1”.
The event is free and open to everyone.  Free will donations will be accepted.
If you have not been to¬†Kinstone¬†before, I would highly recommend that you check it out.¬† It is a wonderful gift in our community.¬† It is a beautiful site that is grounded in nature and all of the world’s faiths.
And it is easy to get to and find.
Kinstone Address and Directions:    S3439 Cole Bluff Lane, Fountain City, WI  54629.
Once you cross the Mississippi River bridge in Winona, it is only about 10 minutes.
Cross the bridge into Wisconsin.  At the end of the bridge, take a right and head toward Centerville.  Then take your first left on County Hwy M.
You will stay on that road as it winds up the bluff.  At the top of the bluff, the road will veer to the left.
Look for Cole Bluff Lane shortly after you get to the top of the bluff.  It will be on the left side of the road.
You can also type this address into your GPS or smartphone.
S3439 Cole Bluff Lane, Fountain City, WI, 54629.
You can find more information on their web page.
Phone:  608.687.3332
* The Walking Program is dependent on the weather.  In case of bad weather, the program will be moved inside the Education Center.

News Item – Earth Day Activity

Dear Friends, 

This Monday evening we will have an opportunity for a wonderful Earth Day Event at Kinstone–please see the description below and RSVP to me if you are interested in attending–they are encouraging car-pooling if possible . –Pastor Kathy


What:¬† ¬†“Honoring Our Sacred Connections to the Earth:¬† An Earth Day Walking Program and Film at Kinstone”

 
When:  Monday, April 22nd РEarth Day 2019
Times:
A. * Walking Program:  6:00 pm.  Kristine Beck, Corrine Haulotte (Lutheran), Paul Stern (Zen Buddhist), and Kathy Redig (Catholic) will speak at three of the sites at Kinstone.
B.  Snacks and Social Time:  7:00 pm
C.¬†¬†Film:¬† 7:30 pm.¬† “Standing on Sacred Ground: Part # 1”.
RSVP’s Requested:¬† If possible, please RSVP if you plan on attending.¬† We are trying to get a sense of how many people may attend.¬† You can RSVP to this address.¬† You are also welcome to come if you did not RSVP ahead of time.
The event is free and open to everyone.  Free will donations will be accepted.
If you have not been to¬†Kinstone¬†before, I would highly recommend that you check it out.¬† It is a wonderful gift in our community.¬† It is a beautiful site that is grounded in nature and all of the world’s faiths.
And it is easy to get to and find.
Once you cross the Mississippi River bridge in Winona, it is only about 10 minutes.
Cross the bridge into Wisconsin.  At the end of the bridge, take a right and head toward Centerville.  Then take your first left on County Hwy M.
You will stay on that road as it winds up the bluff.  At the top of the bluff, the road will veer to the left.
Look for Cole Bluff Lane shortly after you get to the top of the bluff.  It will be on the left side of the road.
You can find more information on their web page.
* The Walking Program is dependent on the weather.  In case of bad weather, the program will be moved inside the Education Center.
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News Item–Day Light Saving Time!

Dear Friends,

Even though we seem to be in a winter that isn’t ending, Day Light Saving Time¬†begins tomorrow! With that in mind, the adage, “spring ahead” comes into play tonight or in other words, set your clocks ahead one hour in order to be at Mass at the right time if you were planning on being with us tomorrow. Yes, let’s spring ahead in more than one way!¬† Peace to All,¬† Pastor Kathy

News Item –oops!

You probably noticed that the “bulletin” that I sent out this morning was recorded as a “homily.” It was indeed the bulletin for this week! Sorry for any confusion! –Pastor Kathy

Another News Item–SAVE ANOTHER DATE!

Dear Friends,

Please put Sunday, July 7, 2019 on your calendars for our Mary of Magdala–celebration uplifting all women, especially Mary, for their God-given qualities of leadership, strength, goodness and love. Of course this is also a time to celebrate the men who love them, encouraging them to support and stand by their sisters, mothers, grandmothers, wives and friends.

Of course too, this is our picnic on the farm wherein you are all invited to an out-door Mass and pot-luck meal as part of the celebration. Mary of Magdala’s actual feast falls on July 22nd but we will celebrate early this year due to the farm calendar and other schedules for July already filling up and if not this Sunday; we couldn’t do it till the middle of August and then it is getting busy anticipating the start of school.

So, SAVE THE DATE–JULY 7, 2019, SUNDAY MASS AT 10 A.M. ON THE REDIG FAMILY FARM!