From email announcement:
Good morning neighbors!
Here is the agenda for our first OHNA meeting of 2018 which will be held tomorrow, Tuesday night 1/23/2018 at 7 PM at the ST Andrews Parish House next to the church on S Laurel. The times are most certainly not set in stone but I want to keep things moving to make the most of your valuable time. Lots of important people to meet and things to discuss so please come if you can and tell/bring a neighbor. ALL residents are welcome!
7:05 Introduction to new sector 413 leader Lt Roberts and update from RPD
7:15 Update from VCU PD Officer Greg Felton
7:20 Update fro Councilman Agelasto’s office- Amy Roberts
7:30 Introduction to Planning Director Mark Olinger followed by presentation on Richmond 300 Master Plan and discussion regarding inappropriate B3 Zoning on Oregon Hill Cary Street Corridor (Cherry to Belvedere and Belvedere to Cumberland)
7:55 Discussion of Holly St playground stabilization and improvements
8:05 Proposed development 800 block W Cary
8:20 New business
1. $200 grant for clean up/improvements discussion
8:25 Closing remarks
From Rev. Bailey:
Santa Breakfast this Saturday at St. Andrew’s School hosted by St. Andrew’s Church. Pancake and sausage breakfast, pictures with Mr. and Mrs. Claus, and Christmas shop. Breakfast is $3/person; $10 for immediate family. 9:00 am to 11:00 am. Come on over!
Keep in mind that the Dominion Energy Christmas Parade is happening and Broad Street will be closed.
Also, Water is Life Rally and Concert, in protest against the proposed Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley fracked gas pipelines, is being held at the State Capital and then the National Theater. A state wide coalition of over 30 environmental organizations are collaborating to pull this event together.
From Rev. Bailey’s announcement:
Tonight — On Thursday evening, November 2, St. Andrew’s will host an All Souls’ Labyrinth Walk in Pleasants Park. Please feel free to stop by any time between 5:30 pm and 7 pm. It is an invitation to walk in quiet remembrance of and thanksgiving for the ancestors who have gone before us to light the way.
Walking a labyrinth is one of the oldest contemplative practices for prayer and pilgrimage found in faith traditions around the world. Labyrinths may have been in existence as early as 3,500 to 4,500 BCE.
The labyrinth will be set up from 5:30 to 7 for those who would like to walk it, and we will have hot chocolate, sweet tea, and cookies for those who join us.
Schedule at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church:
April 13: Maundy Thursday, 7:00pm, child care available
April 14: Good Friday Services, Noon and 7:00pm, child care available at the 7:00
April 15: Great Vigil of Easter, 7:00pm, child care available
April 16: Easter Day, 8:30am – Easter Rejoicing Service with Pine St. Baptist in the Chapel at St. Andrew’s; 9:30am – Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt; 11:00am – Easter Service, child care available
Schedule at Pine Street Baptist Church:
Thursday, April 13
Maundy Thursday Worship Service 7:00 P.M.
Friday, April 14
Good Friday Worship 7:00 P.M.
9:45 Sunday School & Wake Up! Cafe and Bible Discussions
11 am Worship