September 13, 2015 What It Means to be Christian Today Christian Solidarity

This week the news brings us many poignant images of thousands of refugees who have left their homes with nothing more than a small pack, and often with small children, to try to find a safe home and a chance for a better life.  Here in Marin we have people in transition, too, people who have lost their housing and with it, their stability.  This Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, at 9:30 a.m., we welcome back to our pulpit the Rev. Paul Gaffney, Chaplain to the Marin Interfaith Street Chaplaincy and a Supervisor in Training with the Clinical Pastoral Education Program of the San Francisco Theological Seminary.  We have invited all those who volunteered with SHPC REST to join us in this celebration of Christian solidarity with those in transition.  Rev. Gaffney will stay for Let’s Talk about homelessness in Marin and the REST program, led by our own Shannon Mong and the REST leader team.