Easton Holds Peace Vigil for Ukraine

There was joy and sadness at the Vigil for Peace in Ukraine last night on the library lawn, where about 100 Easton residents gathered in solidarity. Despite the solemn occasion, friends and neighbors were happy to see one another and to support local aid efforts for Ukrainian refugees Continue reading “Easton Holds Peace Vigil for Ukraine”

Worshipping through Uncertainty

What does a religious service look like in a pandemic? For members of Covenant Church and St. Dimitrie Romanian Orthodox Church, it is sitting down to watch a prerecorded service when it’s available online. For members of the Congregational Church of Easton, Christ Church, and B’nai Continue reading “Worshipping through Uncertainty”

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