Social Action

REFUGEE NEWS

Over the next few months Brattleboro will be welcoming new refugees from all over the world. Volunteers will be needed to help with driving to appointments and with their initial welcome.If you would like to be on a list for notification when these needs arrive please send your email address to Ursula Nadolny. She will put you on a list to receive notifications when needs come up.If you are interested in joining a circle of support involving a longer term commitment to a family you can let her know that as well. Ursula’s email address is unadolny@ecdcus.org.

If you’d like to learn more about how members and non-members of Guilford Community Church support the refugees locally you should reach out to Ken Kornfield at 802-490-6861 or email him at sheldon105@yahoo.com.

Groundworks Collaborative

meal team A HUGE THANKS to our Meal Team, under the leadership of Rob and Jill Harnish, which has provided a meal  for guests of our Seasonal Overflow Shelter for every  month in winter for the last nine years!

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Juneteenth – #DefendBlackLives

On Juneteenth weekend (June 19 – June 21, 2020), thousands of us will mobilize into the streets together to #DefendBlackLives and make demands to:
1.   Defund the Police
2.   Invest in Black Communities
3.   Resign Donald Trump
 
Juneteenth,
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Kenya

Kenya 2020

The Guilford Community Church has had a relationship with the village of Kaiguchu, Kenya,

since 2006 when Rev. Sparrow and other members of the congregation traveled there on a Green Belt Safari.  Nobel Peace Prize Winner, and founder of the … Read the rest

Not Ordinary Times

Not Ordinary Times is a challenging call to “be the church” in this time of environmental crisis — a six-month season of worship and preaching that takes seriously the devastation of the global environment.

In the cycle of the traditional … Read the rest

Social Action Past Events

The Guilford Communty Church along with local faith leaders, teens and town officials offered this concert and messages of hope for the town of Brattleboro during the Pandemic.




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