The bus is full. There is no more room on the Lutheran bus for marchers. I’m really proud of OSA: we are, by far, the largest group on that bus. And not just OSA members, but also Heights Meditation, and some other folks from around the neighborhood. I’m so proud to go and raise my voice with all of you on behalf of God’s good, green earth. Lots of pictures to come!
A few things to note this week: first, we resume Pub Theology this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Inwood Local. It’s always fun, and the place is wonderful. This week we’ll be talking about prayer. Seems like a good thing to do in a pub.
Also, have you bought your tickets for the Burrito Bar Fundraiser yet? Do it now at www.osanyc.org. And if you have pledged to our capital campaign, keep on donating. If not, there’s still time! Our website, www.osanyc.org, will hook you up.
Finally, our BBQ Book Club will be starting in July. I’ve been thinking about what to read this year, and I’ve come up with some good options. Wouldn’t it be great to read A Midsummer Night’s Dream in our garden in the midsummer? Yes, I think so, too. Alternatively, we could also read Margaret Atwood’s classic, The Handmaid’s Tale. Please think on it and vote here (http://doodle.com/poll/xata73v9yv6yvq3t) for either a Summer of Shakespeare, Margaret Atwood, or a Summer of Atspeare (aka both Atwood and Shakespeare).
See you soon,