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Holy Saturday Cleanup


November 27, 8400 10:00 am November 27, 8400 3:00 pm America/New_York Holy Saturday Cleanup

On Holy Saturday, We observe what we might call the “pause” between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Saturday during Holy Week is full of anticipation, as we sit in the time between Jesus’ death, and His promised resurrection. During this time, we are welcomed into a tender moment of waiting and remaining faithfully present to where we are as we wait. This year, in consideration of being present, we want to draw near to the city that we long to see goodness in. On April 3, 2021, join us for a time of community clean up. We will sprawl around New Haven in different neighborhoods and times to pick up trash, piles of leaves, and take part in seeing our city well. We will be on the New Haven Green, Kensington Neighborhood, Newhallville, and Beaver Hills. If you are interested in joining the cleanup please be sure to contact the lead for where you would like to help out.  Here is the list of leaders and meet up sites. Newhallville  Leader: Patrick Dunn Meeting: Corner of Butler and Ivy Street in New Haven (Park next to Lincoln Bassett Elementary School) Time: 10 am Contact: Patrick@elmcityvineyard.org New Haven Green Leaders: Moriah Felder & Nate Czajkowski Meeting: On the Green across the street from 425 College Street Time: 11 am Contact: nate@elmcityvineyard.org Kensington Leaders: Deniqua Washington & Ndubisi Okeke Meeting: Kensington Playground Time: 11 am Contact: deniqua@elmcityvineyard.org Beaver Hills  Leader: Hannah Croasmun Meeting: Hillhouse High school Field house Time: 2 pm Contact: hannah.croasmun@gmail.com If you have any questions, please email Deniqua at deniqua@elmcityvineyard.org.

On Holy Saturday, We observe what we might call the “pause” between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Saturday during Holy Week is full of anticipation, as we sit in the time between Jesus’ death, and His promised resurrection. During this time, we are welcomed into a tender moment of waiting and remaining faithfully present to where we are as we wait. This year, in consideration of being present, we want to draw near to the city that we long to see goodness in. On April 3, 2021, join us for a time of community clean up. We will sprawl around New Haven in different neighborhoods and times to pick up trash, piles of leaves, and take part in seeing our city well. We will be on the New Haven Green, Kensington Neighborhood, Newhallville, and Beaver Hills. If you are interested in joining the cleanup please be sure to contact the lead for where you would like to help out.  Here is the list of leaders and meet up sites.


Newhallville 
Leader: Patrick Dunn
Meeting: Corner of Butler and Ivy Street in New Haven (Park next to Lincoln Bassett Elementary School)
Time: 10 am


New Haven Green
Leaders: Moriah Felder & Nate Czajkowski
Meeting: On the Green across the street from 425 College Street
Time: 11 am


Kensington
Leaders: Deniqua Washington & Ndubisi Okeke
Meeting: Kensington Playground
Time: 11 am


Beaver Hills 
Leader: Hannah Croasmun
Meeting: Hillhouse High school Field house
Time: 2 pm
Contact: hannah.croasmun@gmail.com
If you have any questions, please email Deniqua at deniqua@elmcityvineyard.org.