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Eric Hungerford encouraged participants to be “co-creators with God.” The event at St. Mark’s Between the Bayous, Houston, on March 29 was an opportunity for community members to learn pottery and engage on a deeper level of understanding of the creative process.“God is the great creator, and we are also made to be creators.” Hungerford told participants before reading a prayer for artists. “There is the great image from Isaiah that God is the potter, and we are the clay. Over time, we are made into the masterpiece that God wants us to be. I think that this is a really cool way for us to get creative and explore our inner selves.”More images are available here.Community member and potter, Sally Kirk, led the workshop. Kirk, a middle school orchestra teacher, has been working with pottery and sculpture for about three years. Her pottery studio is located across the street from the middle school, and often times she will leave work and immediately begin work on her pottery. She says that working with the potter’s wheel is an especially spiritual process.“I think there is something about the wheel spinning that is really hypnotic, and it just takes me away from reality,” she said. “It is like meditation; I just go away.”During the workshop, participants were encouraged to strike the “gong,” a Tibetan singing bowl, for a moment of silence. Then, they could read a one of several prayers about art or creation that were provided on slips of paper.Kirk believes that the act of working with clay parallels the human experience. “Clay is a model of us being molded,” she explained. Much like clay and pottery, “we have bumps and bruises and none of us are perfect. When something doesn’t work out, you can just smash it up and start over again with the same clay. It’s limitless.”Sitting around the potter’s wheel or slowly working on a sculpture gives us a glimpse into God, said Kirk. “I get the snapshot of God working on our hearts and continually growing us and shaping us. We get to take part in that in some earthly way: growing something from a piece of mud. It is a really holy experience.”Kirk joined St. Mark’s Between the Bayous community less than a year ago, but has already taken an active role. As a satellite campus of St. Mark’s in Bellaire, the church describes itself as a “sustainable, organic, and local Episcopal community” located just outside of downtown Houston between White Oak Bayou and Buffalo Bayou. Services are offered on Sunday and Tuesday nights. Sometimes the group meets in their church building, which doubles as a comedy club (Station Theater), and other times they meet at a local bar.At the center of the church’s mission is the idea that everyone is welcome and all perspectives respected. Art, music, and open discussion play particularly important roles in the community.Kirk’s husband, John, is an organist currently working for Holy Trinity, Dickinson, but before their marriage she had little experience with the Episcopal Church. As a native Houstonian of Egyptian heritage, Kirk spent much of her formative years in the youth group of the Arabic Church of Houston, a non-denominational Christian church serving a variety of immigrants from Middle Eastern countries and beyond. Kirk said she loved the emotional and artistic aspects of that church, but was drawn to the liturgical worship of the Episcopal Church. Still, she had trouble finding an Episcopal Church that met all of her needs.When she heard about Between the Bayous, she sought out Hungerford to find out more. “It was a hard balance to find this place that had it all, but it was all here,” she said. “The first time I came, I was very impressed that Eric would do a sermon and then open it up for discussion. It is a very welcoming community. Afterwards, we will have a beer and talk, and it’s just like hanging out with your best buds.”About 15 people attended the pottery workshop, but the demographic representation could not have been more diverse. Many of Kirk’s friends from the Arabic Church participated in addition to regular members of Between the Bayous. English, French, Spanish, and at least two different Arabic dialects were heard at some point during the event.The novice artists created a variety of pieces including several cups and bowls in addition to more inventive items like sculptured pizza slices and a plate in the shape of a leaf. As part of a larger project, everyone was invited to help build a sculpture of St. Francis that would be placed in the church’s garden. In the true independent spirit of the community, St. Francis was given a thick Mohawk.As the artists debated whether to risk placing the sculpture in a kiln, where the piece may have cracked or even exploded, one participant suggested letting St. Francis dry naturally. They could place the sculpture in the garden, where it would slowly fade with the rain. “Ashes to ashes,” he said. “We can create a new one next year.”Learn more about Between the Bayous here. 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CopyHouses•Santa Coloma de Cervelló, Spain Save this picture!+ 29 Share Spain CopyAbout this officeCAVAA ArquitectesOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSanta Coloma de CervellóHousesSpainPublished on January 31, 2012Cite: “Two Semi-detached Houses In Barcelona / CAVAA Arquitectes” 31 Jan 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
ArchDaily Houses Photographs: Ste MurrayCity:DublinCountry:IrelandMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Ste MurrayRecommended ProductsPartitionsBruagRoom Divider – «Noise-Virus-Catcher»Doorspanoramah!®ah! PivotDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorFaucets / SinksDornbrachtKitchen Sinks – Brushed StainlessText description provided by the architects. An internal reorganisation and two-storey extension to the rear of this semi-detached house responds to a brief to create a flexible light-filled family home. An adaptable interconnecting sequence of spaces are defined by a series of timber interventions wrapping around a central void.Save this picture!ConceptThese timber elements define the thresholds from neighbourhood to home, new to old, and house to garden. A timber entrance pod, a newly rotated stair and a den area connect to a generous family room with folding and sliding screens.Save this picture!© Ste MurraySave this picture!Section A-A’The void draws light into the heart of the house and promotes visual connections from the living space to an enlarged landing at first floor. The scale of the new-build is broken into horizontal and vertical elements, forming deep reveals which provide solar shading and a sense of enclosure. These openings are orientated towards views of mature trees and a church spire to the west.Save this picture!© Ste MurrayProject gallerySee allShow less”One Bucket at a Time” Pavilion Creates Waves in WinnipegArchitecture NewsAnupama Kundoo: ‘Current Methods of Construction are Producing More Problems Than Th…Interviews Share Ireland Architects: Architectural Farm Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeArchitectural FarmOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesDublinIrelandPublished on October 07, 2017Cite: “Blackheath / Architectural Farm” 07 Oct 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. 20 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Catalyst define consequence as “immediate and long term sustainable change” and accord it four elements: impact, effectiveness, public benefit, and value for money.The agency accepts that the charity fundraising environment is complex and demanding: but it believes that supporter loyalty and commitment will only be increased through strengthening charity brand by clearly communicating charity impact and value for money to existing and potential supporters. This is Consequence Marketing.But can and does this approach actually work? What are its hallmarks? Action Aid, Action Medical Research, Crisis, Sight Savers International, Terence Higgins Trust and WWF have joining with Catalyst to undertake a research programme to find out. It will help identify and verify that developing a Consequence Marketing approach will enhance supporter recruitment, retention and development – bringing them closer to the organisation and building their brand loyalty.Rob Wells, Catalyst Director, said: “Charities need to be at the forefront of change – ahead of the game. We know charities are going to have to demonstrate public benefit, impact and value for money. Let’s see hard evidence of how donors respond.” The research is due to take place in the autumn and will be carried out by Frank Research on behalf of Catalyst and the participating organisations. Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies Giving/Philanthropy Individual giving Research / statistics What public benefit do charities achieve, and can they market this effectively? Catalyst Communications is working with six national charities to research the effectiveness of what they call ‘Consequence Marketing’.Marketing and communications agency Catalyst Communications believes that few voluntary organisations are confident enough to talk, from a marketing point of view, about the consequence of their activity and the difference it has made.Yet impending legislation means that there will be increasing pressure for charities to demonstrate their public benefit. It is against this background that the agency has joined with six charities to commission research into what it calls ‘Consequence Marketing’. Advertisement AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 13 July 2004 | News Catalyst launches research into ‘Consequence Marketing’
By Lydia Bayoneta and Gene ClancyRochester, N.Y.An overflow crowd packed the auditorium of the German House here on Sept. 25 to show their determination not to be intimidated by racist and Zionist threats and to defend against racism from Ferguson, Mo., to Palestine.Rev. Graylan Hagler, center. Photo: jewishvoiceforpeace.orgThe main speaker at the event, the Rev. Graylan Hagler from the United Church of Christ of Washington, D.C., had received several death threats in the week before he was scheduled to speak at the Rochester-Colgate Divinity School. In addition, local Zionist groups such as the Jewish Federation and Roc-Israel pressured Rochester-Colgate to disinvite Rev. Hagler.The divinity school’s response was to abruptly cancel the meeting, citing “the need for extra security.” They also charged that the organizers of the event, Christians Witnessing for Palestine, “did [not do] an adequate job of vetting and reviewing the particular speaker’s message and recent history,” even though the title of Rev. Hagler’s talk, “Connecting the Dots: Ferguson to Palestine,” was known far in advance. (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, Sept. 23)The meeting was quickly rescheduled at a new venue, co-sponsored by Christians Witnessing for Palestine and the local chapter of the Jewish Voice for Peace.In addition to speakers from these two groups, a representative of BLACK (Building Leadership and Creating Knowledge), an organization of Black students and their supporters from the University of Rochester who have strongly supported the Black Lives Matter movement locally, spoke to the meeting.Security was provided by local members of the Nation of Islam and there were no incidents or disruptions.In a very well received talk, Rev. Hagler recounted incidents of racism carried out against him personally by the Israeli [so-called] Defense Forces when he visited the West Bank of occupied Palestine, as well as the brutal treatment of Palestinians by the occupying IDF.Rev. Hagler also drew strong parallels between the Palestinians confronting Israeli occupation and the struggle of the Black Lives Matter movement in the U.S. He made the point that many U.S. city police departments have traveled to Israel for training. Then he remarked that it makes sense for those occupying the oppressed communities of the U.S. to receive training from the Israeli occupiers.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
ReddIt Taylor’s monster slam highlights big weekend for TCU Athletics ReddIt Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello First TCU spring game since 2018 gets fans primed for a highly-anticipated fall + posts Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ Twitter Twitter Facebook Colin Post is a Sports Broadcasting and Journalism double-major from Houston, Texas. Along with sports writing, Colin hopes to work in sports announcing after he graduates. printAfter a hot start, TCU volleyball could not keep up with the attack of the Kansas State offense, and they fell to the Wildcats 3-1 (27-25, 23-25, 21-25, 21-25) in their final match of the season.“I thought we came out really strong,” head coach Jill Kramer said. “And then I thought we were just maybe just like a step behind in a lot of facets of the game for whatever reason.”The Horned Frogs started on fire, ripping off on an early 9-0 run to go up 11-3 early in the first set. They then seemed to go cold offensively, allowing Kansas State to climb back to tie the match at 15-15.Down the stretch, Walsh came alive for the Horned Frogs with all three of her first set kills in TCU’s last nine points. Her strong play gave the team the strength they needed to outlast the Wildcats and win a tight first set 27-25.Walsh would finish with 12 kills, 2.0 blocks, and a .300 hitting clip in her last match as a Horned Frog.“Her [Walsh] impact’s been huge throughout her career here,” Kramer said. “We relied on her heavily for offensive firepower, blocking, all kinds of stuff.”Although TCU would play well offensively for the rest of the match, their defense could not hold off the onslaught of the Kansas State hitters.The Wildcats would go on to have attack percentages of 69 percent, 77 percent, and 71 percent in the next three sets respectively.“Their offensive numbers are crazy,” Kramer said. “In set three, we had 17 kills and we didn’t win the set. That’s unheard of.”Kansas State outside hitter Kylee Zumach destroyed the Frogs with 21 kills and an outstanding .409 hitting clip. Outside position player Gloria Mutiri and outside hitter Brooke Heyne also pitched in 15 kills and 11 kills for the Wildcats.With 14 kills and 16 digs from outside hitter élan McCall, TCU was able to put up enough offense to hang with KSU but not enough to finish sets, and the Horned Frogs dropped the match 3-1.MacLean finished with 14 digs, four kills, and two service aces in her final match.“She’s [MacLean] just done anything she needed to do to help this team all year long regardless of what position we put her in,” Kramer said.Libero Berklie Baker added 18 digs to lead the Horned Frogs on defense and middle blocker Katie Clark had 15 kills while hitting .300.TCU finished the season with a 15-12 record while going 7-9 in Big 12 play.“If you watched this team last year and you watched this team this year you know how much better we truly are,” Kramer said. “We’ve made a lot of changes, lot of growth, lot of development.” Facebook Linkedin Colin Post Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award Linkedin Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ Colin Posthttps://www.tcu360.com/author/colin-post/ TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Previous articleReagor shines once again, partners with strong defense to lead Horned Frogs to bowl eligibilityNext articleHoroscope: November 26, 2018 Colin Post RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Despite series loss, TCU proved they belong against No. 8 Texas Tech