02.19.20

Ailih writes:

On Wednesday evenings I make the trek across D.C. to the campus of American University and Wesley Theological Seminary to fill the dance hole in my life in an audited course called Embodied Prayer. This class explores the use of movement as a form of worship and prayer, which, though movement as worship is a concept as old as worship itself, is new to me.

Read Ailih’s entire post.

On August 25 we commissioned Ailih Weeldreyer and Langley Hoyt as Young Adult Volunteers, who will both be serving in Washington, D.C.

The Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) program is an ecumenical, faith-based year of service for young people, ages 19-30, in sites around the world and in the United States. YAVs accompany local agencies working to address root causes of poverty and reconciliation while exploring the meaning and motivation of their faith in intentional community with peers and mentors. YAVs serve during the academic year, August to July.

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