In the Life of the Church: February 1, 2021

· JPIC (Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation): The committee want to be sure that all Ithaca community members know about a new way to share food...Food Cabinets. Community members have set up outdoor food cabinets across the county. These cabinets are regularly stocked with non-perishable food and are open to anyone. Please help yourself to the food or feel free to placa non-perishable food items in the cabinet. Check here for cabinet locations.

· This Week in Adult Education: February 7
The class will feature a 28-minute interview of Eve L. Ewing by NPR’s Fresh Air host, Terry Gross. Eve tells Terry how she came to write 1919, which won the 2019 best poetry book award from the Black Caucus of the American Library Association. The poems stem from Eve’s study of a report on the 1919 race riot in Chicago—a riot sparked by the stoning and drowning of a Black youth who drifted into the “white side” of a beach. Eve reads several of her poems, and she and Terry discuss the implications for racial justice today. [Full disclosure: Eve is the granddaughter of Marilyn and Elmer Ewing. For more about Eve Ewing visit]

· · Church Parking Lot:  Sunday mornings the parking lot is for churchgoers!  During the rest of the week, some spots have been reserved for tenants and special events.  Please check with the office and mark the board when you are using a spot during the week!