The AHCC Stewardship Committee is chartered with helping the AHCC community cultivate and develop the spiritual practice of generosity.
This manifests itself in our annual financial commitment, through the opportunities for providing gifts to our endowment, and through donations of gifts for special projects.
Whenever I travel to a country whose language is different than my native tongue, the one phrase I make sure I know before I go, is “thank you.” The reason I do this is because as a girl I was taught that showing appreciation for others is vitally important and saying thank you, even for small gestures of kindness or goodwill, is a must.
The AHCC Thrift Shop is recovering from some major flooding that occurred in August. Much of our inventory is unsalvageable and we have temporarily moved our operations upstairs.
All are welcome and encouraged to attend a house meeting. At each House Meeting, some in-person, some virtual, 7-8 participants will gather to (1) get to know each other better, and (2) discover what issues members of this congregation are most concerned about.
What is Advent in a Box?
It's literally a box filled with activities that will be meaningful to the young and the young at heart. It has all the familiar sights, sounds, tastes, and smells of Advent, to help connect you to your family of faith, even if we can't be together as we'd like.
As you are aware, the 2022 Boar’s Head Festival will go forward as one performance on Saturday January 8. Due to COVID-19 protocols, we will not have the traditional reception. However, as AHCC's homemade cookies are an integral part of the Festival, we've harnessed our creativity and will include them in the 2022 performance! How? You may wonder.