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Weekly Photo Challenge: Community

The Weekly Photo Challenge topic this week is Community. As the year winds to a close and the snow falls outside, I reflected on the past year and decided to post pictures from an important event (and remind myself of warmer weather). 132 more words


To Discover Something Bigger Than Yourself

Over the past few weeks I have been attending services at the Arlington Street Church. It’s been a welcoming place, really, that is much more of a highlight. 530 more words


Tuesday, 30 April in Boston

Arlington Street Church, cross the street from the Boston City Sports ,which had all its front windows blown out during the Marathon, offered people the chance to create and observe… 48 more words


The Boston Marathon Bombings and the Image of God.

People embrace during a candlelight service at Arlington Street Church in Boston on Tuesday that honored the victims of the Boston Marathon 516 more words

Where there's smoke there's fire

Last night there was an explosion and fire in a electrical transformer near the Boston Hilton, and apparently it was a really big deal. Electricity was still out for thousands of people this morning. 200 more words

Photo of the Day, 3-2-11

Today’s photo is a detail of the Steeple of the Arlington Street Church. The church is made of delicious Roxbury Puddingstone (my favorite local building material solely for its’ name) in 1861 and was the Back Bay’s “first public building” according to the… 174 more words

Photo Of The Day

Another music speech by Karl Paulnack

Hello loved readers,

By far the most popular post I’ve ever published on this blog since it moved to WordPress (and probably before) has been… 119 more words