With support from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) over the past year, the Liberty Lutheran Family has extended its services to hungry children, individuals and families recovering from a disaster, and to older adults who are motivated to remain active.
Seven women in blue aprons, armed with gloves and new cooking utensils, lined up in the kitchen at the First Presbyterian Church of Easton ready to learn. This wasn’t a fancy culinary class, rather a demonstration on how to make healthy, creative and inexpensive meals for the entire family, using ingredients commonly distributed by a […]
September’s National Preparedness Month aims to educate and empower Americans to be ready for natural disasters and other emergencies. Pennsylvania fared well this summer with no hurricane or tropical storm activity, which makes last winter’s harsh and devastating weather easy to forget. But the seasons are changing again, which provides new opportunities for damaging weather, […]
-By The Rev. Dr. Jennifer Phelps Ollikainen Lutherans serve. It is that simple. It is a way of life. It is a way of faith. At worship, when we remind ourselves of who we are and how we are to live in faith, we ask one another: “ . . . Do you intend to […]