One long-standing tradition at Salford is the presentation of a Fraktur artwork to new 6th graders each fall as they begin middles school.
State Rep. Matt Bradford was kind enough to visit Salford on Sunday night for a forum. Salford’s Justice and Peace Ministry Team prepared presentations on some key political issues – the death penalty, prison reform, and gun violence – and heard Rep. Bradford speak on these themes and others, as well as taking some questions from those on hand.
Salford’s annual quilt knotting blitz was a big success! Thank you to all who came out last week to tie and assemble so many warm comforters to be given to those in need.
Today’s worship service highlighted this year’s Peace Camp week and how we live out “Shalom” in the world. We also celebrated sending Nate and Sabrina out to serve with Jubilee Ministries in Georgia.
A few weeks ago Salford set up a booth at the local Harleysville fair to get to be present in our local community. Thanks to all who stopped by to visit our booth!
This morning’s service reflected back on the past year as we have been working through our church theme of “Learning to Listen to God in our Personal Lives”. Included was this group, who reflected on spiritual direction groups who met during this time.