The between times

chillaxingLife can be a whirl and flurry to things to do, places to go, people to see – and every one of them good and holy. As you can imagine, the Mass of Belonging took a good amount of effort, attention, and energy. The work and planning began about 4-5 months ahead of the celebration, took a lot of attention of the staff, and the commitment of almost 300 volunteers. While first meeting with the staff and making sure we were committed to the endeavor, I noted that this would be like “trying to rewire a house while keeping the lights on at all times.” Continue reading