We are still seeking volunteers to help with the upkeep of the garden. You can also make a generous donation to pay for plants and gardening supplies. Contact Lynn Montgomery or Pam Sharrow if you have any questions.
Soup and Sharing
Soup and Sharing Every Wednesday 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
A small group of people have been communicating and conversing on Wednesdays over hot soup at Fort Street. This weekly Soup and Sharing gathering is designed to provide guests with peer support, faith sharing and good conversations.
Fort Street Choir
The Fort Street Choir rehearses weekly on Sundays at 9:00 a.m. in the choir loft, and sings during worship services which follow. New members are always welcome! Guest instrumentalists of all ages and all abilities are also welcome!
Fort Street Community News
THE DIG PROGRAM
A collaborative partnership called DIG, Detroiters in the Garden, between The Greening of Detroit and Fort Street’s Open Door Ministry, promotes healthy living for both body and spirit. Free weekly classes at the beautiful Lafayette Greens Garden, downtown, highlight healthy food choices, smart shopping on a fixed budget, wholesome cooking, movement and mindfulness. Classes are facilitated by a health and wellness educator.
The workshops are open to the public, but most of the participants are seniors who live in low-income housing near the garden. Last week, we gathered at Fort Street to prep and cook a meal. A fabulous lunch was shared by all. One of the most valuable aspects of the program is the sense of community.
The Healthy Habits series is hosted on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. at Lafayette Greens Garden. You are welcome to join us! The DIG Program is funded by a grant through First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor.
For more information about the DIG Program and ways to help support it, click here.
Easter at Fort Street (Click to enlarge each picture)
For these and more photos by Bob Ponder, look under Galleries in the top navigation.
For news from the Presbytery of Detroit, click here.