In 2019, AHCC’s Growth Team identified three affirmations to help define who we are and where we want to go. Since that time, Inquiry, Acceptance, and Impact have helped guide our programming, decision-making, and opportunities for involvement.
A Winter Sale is now in progress at the AHCC Thrift Shop. Winter coats, jackets, sweaters, and pants are all half price!
As we say farewell to Rev. Erica Avena and Camille Boyd, Care Coordinator, and await the arrival of the new associate ministers, we have put together a team of volunteers to help with pastoral care.
Do you know creative students in grades 4-12 who are Hartford residents or attend Hartford schools? Let them know about the Hartford Creative Contest, co-sponsored by SUSO. Students can submit essays, poetry, or visual art on one of two themes: “What would make my school or neighborhood better?” or “If I were a police officer, I would ...” The deadline for submissions is March 6.
AHCC’s Wednesday evening Warming Center opened on December 4, receiving guest referrals through the Marshall House Salvation Army. Referrals for all seven faith-based host sites (designated as overflow shelters for the city of Hartford) are not what was anticipated. To date, AHCC has hosted one family on 12/11 and 12/18.