From CBS This Morning
Declining attendance at America's churches has been a persistent trend in recent decades. Now some churches are taking a novel approach to keeping their doors open by renting out otherwise empty space during the usually quiet midweek. Omar Villafranca reports.
The Ahadi Collective hosted a Meet the Makers event on Memorial Day weekend to engage with the community and share their work, products, and stories. Promotion began weeks before through multiple avenues and platforms.
I also took the time to share the MWF vision to construct a switchback herb garden that will be wheelchair accessible and allow people of all abilities to garden as they used the path to enter the basement below. Read More
Heart of the Neighborhood
by Wendi Bernau
The Heart of the Neighborhood event at The Mix on September 16 was filled with great energy, centered around the Grand Opening of the newly renovated commercial kitchen.
Reports from the Spiritual Frontier
by Benjamin Yosua-Davis
Reports from the Spiritual Frontier is a podcast series dedicated to telling the stories of people who live and work on the spiritual margins of our culture. Benjamin Yosua-Davis strongly believes that our religious pioneers may currently possess the greatest insight into what it means to follow Jesus and be the church in the 21st century. His goal is to provide a place for those pioneers to share their wisdom and experiences with the wider church, as we all figure out how to be faithful in our changing religious landscape.
The Mix Coworking - When Brunch Becomes a Feast
by Rhonda Sweet
I had the pleasure of catering a wedding sendoff brunch for a wonderful couple here in The Mix. As their guests trickled in, each curious about this unique space, some began to ask me questions and were even interested in a tour. My client of course approved, and what I witnessed on this tour was a feast for the eyes and hearts.
Every month many women must deal with a lack of supplies during their period. Many are unable to work or face embarrassing moments during this time. But, our friend Laura Harvey has sought to make a difference by donating feminine hygiene products to local food pantries.