About two weeks ago, we had a group visit from Englewood Christian Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, to help work at the church. Here’s a little glimpse of our day together:
Several folks got together last night at the Triple Ripple Community Gardens at Huss School to begin planting vegetables … and then it rained all day today to water everything!
Last Saturday, Ron and Del Buckhold brought over a tractor to plow the ground for the Triple Ripple Community Gardens. While they technically used a tiller, it seems right to call turning over new ground for gardening “plowing.” Check it out below:
A little over a week ago, we gathered in the backyard of the school with members of the community to bless the land designated for the Triple Ripple Community Gardens. Here are a few highlights from the event:
In an attempt to tell more by showing, we’re starting a video update series that we hope will give you an idea for the people behind *culture is not optional and the projects we’re doing. Our first installment is a bit of a test, so it’s on the simple side (technically speaking).
Five Calvin College students are currently spending the week in Three Rivers to work on the Imagining Space project at Huss School. Additionally, they’re meeting several local folks and exploring the meaning of place. For more, read the daily entries at the Imagining Space blog and check out photos on Flickr.
Yep, that’s right. We’re looking to purchase a building in Three Rivers, Michigan, where we could do a number of things–including local community development (in partnership with existing organizations and groups already working in Three Rivers), an off-campus program for college students, seminars and workshops for church groups, and kinds of other things we’re just…