|Holden Village Dining Hall|
|Mule Deer grazing at Holden|
Many of us don’t have the benefit of having a long standing home base and supportive community. The United States is a country made primarily of immigrants, many of whom are now on trails a long way from home. Modern transportation and job opportunities/requirements have lead many families to become scattered across the country and globe. It is important for us to be welcoming of strangers, fellow sojourners, just as we would want to be welcomed into a new community.
Where do you go to find your community support?
How might you be welcoming to the stranger in your midst?
If you have a faith community, how is it working to be welcoming to people from other nationalities and traditions?
|Holden Village birds eye view|