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The ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tsu describes emptiness in this way:

With the COVID-19 pandemic, we are certainly living in challenging and uncertain times. We find ourselves navigating the crises of isolation, fear, and helplessness as we continue “Wading into Deeper Waters” toward new life, spiritual growth, and hopefulness.

During this shelter-at-home time, many of us are approaching spring cleaning with extra energy. In David Figliuzzi‘s Lenten devotional, he spoke of de-cluttering his home and giving 40 things to the AHCC Thrift Shop as a goal!

AHCC is excited to offer 12 unique workshops and discussion groups, Sundays at 3:00pm & Thursdays, 7:00pm, from April 30 through June 7, using the online service Zoom. 

If you live in or have recently visited Hartford, you may have noticed how many city residents, especially youth, are not observing social distancing guidelines or wearing face masks. Perhaps they do not have adequate information about the importance of social distancing and wearing face masks or, often, they do not have access to face masks.  

Although the Spirit Hill program year has been cut short, we want to thank our volunteer teachers and classroom helpers for the time and talent they provide to keep the program running – they are priceless to our Spirit Hill children.