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GBC Update on Masks and COVID Protocols

Following the Governor’s May 14th announcement easing restrictions on mask wearing, social distancing, and capacity limits for indoors, in-person gatherings, the COVID Think Tank, staff, and deacons have been considering best steps for Greystone as we continue to slowly ease back in to in-person and indoor activities on our campus. Since March of 2020, we … Continued

Go and Rest: A Lenten Invitation

“Chrissy, give me your phone. Leave your watch on the table and your laptop on your desk. You are going upstairs. I don’t care what you do, take a nap, read a book, doesn’t matter to me… but you need to take a break.”  These are perhaps the most firm and most loving words Justin … Continued

Lenten Post by April

Here we are again. The season of Lent is upon us… again. In reality, it feels like it never really left us. Lent is seen by many as the season of giving up luxuries, vices and habits that pull us away from a more faith-centered life. It’s seen as a season of self-reflection, wrestling with … Continued

Embodying the Journey of the Magi

Matthew 2: 1-12 On this day of Epiphany, Christians often read the story of the visiting Magi from Matthew’s Gospel. We are familiar with the story. Foreign astrologers from outside of the Jewish faith who found the Christ child – while others, insiders, missed him. There’s a lesson in that, perhaps for another day.  Those … Continued

Remember the Kindness Campaign?

In January, we began a year-long focus on Kindness as a spiritual practice. As part of this year of kindness, founding member, Caralie Brown, agreed to write a blog on kindness in the workplace. We originally imagined this post would go live in April; but in April, many of us were transitioning our workplaces into … Continued

An Invitation to Sit in Holy Week’s Rubble

This week, the world watched as one of the most iconic cathedrals in the Western world was consumed by fire.  As time passed, images surfaced of Notre-Dame de Paris engulfed in smoke and flames; and many wondered if the thousand year-old building would survive.        It seems a bit haunting to consider the devastation of this … Continued