July 18, 2024

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Community Singing and Potluck - starting at 2:30 PM July 20, 2024
Join us for community singing, followed by a potluck, at the Dayspring Farmhouse.

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Sunday Worship

9:45 am Gather in silence, 10 am service begins

Currently a hybrid service in the old Farmhouse and also on Zoom. Masks are optional in the Farmhouse. We ask that people not come in-person not only if they have tested positive for COVID but also if they are feeling sick or have had recent exposure to COVID. Some summer services will be held at the Pavilion, and those will be announced on this page. They generally will alternate weeks with hybrid services in the Farmhouse.

School of Christian Living
Thursday evening sessions in Spring and Fall

Quiet Days, Weekend Silent Retreats, Individual Retreats

Full schedule at dayspringretreat.org

Seasonal Celebrations, Walks on the Land, Tours
 See Earth Ministry website

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For Reflection

Planting Trees

The Talmud tells the story of an old man who was planting a carob tree when a king rode by. “Old man,” the king called out, “how old are you?” “Seventy years, your majesty,” the man replied. “How many years will it take before that tree will bear fruit?” the king asked. “Perhaps seventy years,” the man answered. Mockingly, the king went on, “Do you really expect to eat of the fruit of that tree?” “Of course not,” the man said, “but just as I found fruit trees when I was born, so do I plant trees that future generations may eat from them.”

The Talmud Source: God's Echo by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso

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Dayspring Voices
Sermons from Sunday worship

Resources and Links

The Church of the Saviour, an ecumenical Christian church envisioned by Gordon and Mary Cosby in the early 1940's, was incorporated in 1947 in Washington, D.C., when they and seven others became its first members.