Tag Archives: Amy Wilson Feltz

SEED PLANTING AND NEW LIFE

By LORETTA FULTON “It’s going to be a really good day,” Amy Wilson Feltz predicted as she ended a brief service before the work began. Saturday, April 20, marked the seventh year for the spring planting of seeds in the Aldersgate United Methodist Church’s community garden, located on the corner of S. 19th and Amarillo streets. It was also Holy

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‘THANK YOU, THANK YOU FOR IT ALL’

  By LORETTA FULTON It felt and looked more like Christmas Day than Thanksgiving Day, with the temperature hovering around 55 and the sky gray and wintry, but it didn’t matter. The first Thanksgiving Day dinner served in the Aldersgate United Methodist Church community garden was a success. All it took was an exchange between a church member helping host

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A DIFFERENT KIND OF THANKSGIVING

Looking for a different kind of Thanksgiving with the opportunity to make new friends? Aldersgate United Methodist Church is hosting an unusual Thanksgiving Day meal. It will begin at 4:30 p.m. in the church’s Open Door Community Garden, located at the corner of Amarillo and South 19th streets. Guests are asked to bring a dish to share. The church’s associate

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‘I WILL DO SOMETHING EVERY DAY’

(Editor’s Note: Amy Wilson Feltz, associate pastor of Aldersgate United Methodist Church, shared this Facebook post, encouraging others to join her in contacting elected officials to advocate for peace and justice for all. “I will do . . . something, every day,” is her vow. Contacting senators and representatives is a start.) By AMY WILSON FELTZ Hi, Friends. I typically reserve

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