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Vol. 68, No. 9
Courier Bellingham First Christian Church
An Open and Affirming Congregation September 2018

Coming in September
Rev. Wahhab Baldwin was ordained
Sunday, September 2 as a Disciples minister in 2005. He
10:20a Gathering Time
and his wife Kay founded and ran
10:30a Worship with special guest preacher Friends of The One, a Disciples
Rev. Wahhab Baldwin Congregation in Formation and a Sufi-
11:45a Fellowship Time Christian church in Seattle and led it
for five years. He also served as first
Sunday, September 9 moderator of our regional Mission
10:50a Gathering Time
Council and as Interim Pastor at Lake
11a Worship with special guest preacher Washington Christian Church. He is now retired, and a
Rev. Joan Dennehy member of Welcome Table Christian Church in Seattle.
12:45p Fellowship Time
2p Community Meal & Joseph’s Closet Joan was ordained in 1987 in Atlanta GA
after graduating from Candler School of
Wednesday, September 12 Theology at Emory University. After
6p Bell Choir Rehearsal serving four years in a church outside
7p Chancel Choir Rehearsal New Orleans, she came to Seattle to be
the pastor of Findlay Street Christian
Sunday, September 16 Church (now relocated and renamed
9:30a Sunday School returns from hiatus Welcome Table Christian Church). After
10:50a Gathering Time 23 good years in that congregation she
11a Worship retired three years ago.  Now she has more time for
12:45p Fellowship Time artistic work:  playing her flute and painting. 

2018 Common Table Retreat
Becoming One: Designing a new
Region and our life together
September 7 - 8

We will begin with dinner on Friday evening and conclude Saturday afternoon at 3pm. We will be
gathering in fellowship with members of both the Northwest and Montana regions to worship
together, build and strengthen relationships and begin defining the structure, staffing, and naming
of our new shared region. Retreat takes place at Twinlow Camp and Retreat Center, Rathdrum, ID.
Visit https://disciplesnw.org/2018commontable for registration and scheduling information.
Shoe’s News

First Christian Church
(Disciples of Christ)
Shoe’s News
“The Garden”

495 East Bakerview Road
Bellingham, WA 98226 [Adapted from an interview with Maureen Darras, a
360.734.6820 Community to Community garden project coordinator, from
office@bellinghamdisciples.org Chile.]
www.bellinghamdisciples.org
Some of you are aware that we have an active garden on the
Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter
church premises. It’s the large one behind the garage, next to
Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) the Spring Creek property.
A movement for wholeness in a What you may not know is just how important an impact that
fragmented world. As part of the one body garden is making on the lives of people in our community. For
of Christ, we welcome all to the Lord’s
the past 8 years, Community to Community and the Food
Table as God welcomed us.
Justice Project have been cooperating on the garden project.
All of Us The garden is directly tied to local farm worker cooperatives.
Ministers
At first it was a place for farm workers to grow food for their
Rev. Gary Shoemaker
families. It has since become a training ground and a place
Pastor
gary@bellinghamdisciples.org where plants are started to be transplanted onto farm worker
cooperative land. Currently there are 3 such sites in Lynden
Rev. Tamalyn Kralman
and Sedro Wooley.
Associate Pastor of Education &
Community Outreach; Courier Editor The children’s program is currently underway, so if you’ve
tamalyn@bellinghamdisciples.org been by the church during the week and have seen a number
Amelia Nye, Accompanist of children in the field or in the building, chances are they’re
part of the program. The program teaches young people not
Katie Ramstead, Childcare Provider only how to grow their own food, but it also teaches them
leadership skills for life. They learn to practice values like
Rev. Sandy Messick, Regional Minister shared decision making and valuing each others’ cultures.
They also deeply engage in questions of identity, gender and
Rev. Teresa Hord Owens race in a place that is totally safe and private and respectful
General Minister and President
and loving. Children who have gone through the program are
Sunday Schedule (Labor Day - Memorial Day) now acting as mentors to the children currently in the
9:30a Adult Sunday School program.
10:50a Gathering Time
11a Worship The farm worker cooperative Tierra Libertad, which means
12:15p Fellowship Time Land and Liberty, have been transplanting their starts
1p Out-to-Lunch Bunch (4th Sunday) towards the goal of having healthy plants on land they own. A
2p Community Meal (2nd Sunday) Mexican journalist visited the site to learn about the place and
Office Hours their practices. While he was here they cleared a bunch of
Tuesday - Friday blackberries with machetes. Later a visitor from the Landless
9 a.m. - noon Peoples’ Movement in Brazil came and saw the ash and taught
Our staff are in and out of the office throughout them how to combine the ash with decomposing leaves to
the week. Please feel free to stop by during
make soil.
their office hours or make an appointment that
fits your schedule. As you can see, the garden has made an impact on the lives of
migrant workers and their children. It has become an
Officers incredible intergenerational and international space.
Gregg Heyne, Moderator
Renee Hoemann, Vice Moderator Maureen’s job is to coordinate all people involved and to hold
Cheryl Perry, Treasurer the space sacred.
Melissa Henderson, Secretary
WOW! What a great program! And now, you know!
Important Links:
Regional Website (including monthly Pastor Gary
newsletter): disciplesnw.org
General Church Website: disciples.org

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Nurse’s Notes Joys & Concerns
Mindfulness: It is not what physical health. It is grounded in medical and scientific
you might think it is (or facts that have shown that mindfulness stress reduction
isn’t). practice lowers blood pressure, harmful stress
To many folks meditation hormones, and enhances the built in calming and
practice is rarely thought of or healing mechanisms of the body.
Nurse’s Notes even less, actually done. Mindfulness practice has to do with stopping: stopping
Many might think of it as
the mind-cluttering busyness of daily life. Mindfulness
some strange practice as asks us to simply stop and be present. So often we run
lying face down on a rug chanting in Sanskrit. No, around Doing; mindfulness asks us to stop long enough
meditation is as simple as sitting still for just a few to simply Be; to connect with our true self.
minutes, and with calming breath, allowing the mind to
rest in quiet and awareness. Try this: Sit down. Allow yourself to settle comfortably in
your chair. With deep calming breath open yourself to
Mindfulness is an ancient practice. Often it is associated this moment. Let go into full awareness of this present
with Buddhism but its importance has nothing to do with moment. For one minute, for five or twenty-five minutes
Buddhism. It has everything to do with waking up and for as long as you can, with breath focus on this one
living in harmony with oneself and with the world. It has
moment allowing your mind to relax into calmness.
to do with examining who we are, with questioning our
Allow this moment to be exactly as it is, and allow
view of the world and our place in it, and with cultivating yourself to be exactly as you are. Breathe and go into
appreciation for the fullness of each moment we are the next moment, into the next breath. Notice how you
alive. feel. Notice what awareness comes to you mind.
Meditation helps us wake up from the sleep of
As you sit in awareness bring your attention to the
automaticity and unconsciousness. Think of mindfulness
Source of Life, the sacred universal breath of God.
as the art of conscious living. The most important point Psalm 46: 10 asks us “ to be still and know God”; so
is to be yourself and not try to become anything that you with breath be still; be still and know; be still.
are not already.
Prayer: Breath of God, open us to Sacred Presence. As
Mindfulness practice will not conflict with any religious
we focus on the wonder of our physical breath let us also
beliefs or practice or any scientific understandings, nor is
feel the wave of Sacred Breath as it nourishes our souls.
it trying to sell anything, especially not a new belief May it inspire us to acts of compassion, loving-kindness
system or ideology. In fact mindfulness practice can and care toward ourselves and toward others. Amen
enhance contemplation or prayer time and can be a way
for deeper insight into faith practice. Mindfulness is a Jane Kletka, RN FCN
way to quiet the mind so as to make it work better toward Faith Community Nurse
problem solving, decision making, mental health and

Daily Dying: The Gateway to Living Well
Friday, October 19, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, 1207 Ellsworth St, Bellingham, WA 98225
The Palliative Care Institute is partnering with the Turtle Haven Community to bring Dr. Ravi
Ranvindra to Bellingham.
Dr. Ravi Ravindra marries deep studies in both science and comparative religions to explore
important questions of our age. In this community conversation, he will help us explore how holding
an understanding of our own mortality can enrich our living.
Dr. Ravindra’s spiritual search has led him to the teachings of J. Krishnamurti, G. I. Gurdjieff, Zen, Yoga, and a deep
immersion in the mystical teachings of the Indian and Christian classical traditions. He is the author of several books on
religion, science, mysticism, and spirituality, including Whispers from the Other Shore: Spiritual Search--East and West,
and Science and the Sacred: Eternal Wisdom in a Changing World.
Using these lenses, Dr. Ravindra will help us explore the questions that facing our own mortality brings to the surface,
both personally and culturally.  Mainstream American culture has a paradoxical relationship with dying.
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September 2018 Adult Sunday School returns Sept. 16 3
Who’s on First?! Birthdays & Anniversaries God at Work in Us

Sunday, September 2
Elder: Kelvin Smith
In Home Communion: Brenda Riseland
Deacons: Kathy Wheeler, Bentley Becker
Reader: Melissa Henderson
Happy Birthday Happy Anniversary
Children’s Moment: Linda Heyne
Ardythe Hannah 2 Bob & Karen Gilda 15
Children’s Church: Linda Heyne
Derek Stanbro 7 Gaylen & Terry Udo 22
Flowers: TBD
Janet Franks 13 Joe & Lynn Plancich 24
Fellowship Time: The Pages2, honoring
Marguerite Henderson 25
September birthdays
Lee Brown 28
Sunday, September 9
Elder: Kathy Wheeler
Deacons: James Becker, Linda Heyne
Be the Hands of God (nurture the world)
Reader: Darleen Page
Children’s Moment: Linda Heyne • Annual Bazaar • Family Promise Hosts
Children’s Church: Linda Botts • Alternative Christmas • Family Promise Day
Flowers: TBD Faire Center (Disciples House)
Fellowship Time: TBD • Blessing Bags • Food Bank collections
• CAST • Joseph’s Closet
Sunday, September 16 • Clean Water Projects • Justice Sunday
Elder: Leslie Pinkston • Comfort Quilt Ministry • Family Promise Hosts
Deacons: Renee Hoemann, Celia Obrecht • Community Gardens • Socks on the Street
Reader: Fran Frazee • Community Meal
Children’s Moment: Megan Shoemaker
Children’s Church: Katie Ramstead For more info on how to assist in any of these projects,
Flowers & Fellowship Time: TBD please contact us at office@bellinghamdisciples.org.
Sunday, September 23
Elder: Jane Kletka Be a Part of A Small Group (nurture your soul)
Deacons: Pat Whitney, Kris Ann Lewis • Women's Spiritual Growth Groups - Please contact the
Reader: Megan Shoemaker church office if you would like to be a part of a group.
Children’s Moment: Tamalyn Kralman • Out-to-Lunch Bunch, 12:30p, 4th Sundays - An
Children’s Church: Tamalyn Kralman informal gathering that visits locally owned restaurants.
Flowers & Fellowship Time: Esther Group • Book Group, 7p, 4th Sundays - This group explores
books to expand their minds and hearts.
Sunday, September 30 • Esther Group, 11:30a, 3rd Mondays - A women's group that
Elder: Steve Hutchens meets for lunch in local restaurants. (No host.)
Deacons: Renee Hoemann, Celia Obrecht • Bible Study, 11a, Tuesdays - Meeting in the church
Reader: James Becker library, this group explores the lectionary scriptures.
Children’s Moment: Linda Heyne • Pub Theology, 6:30p, 3rd Thursdays - Beer,
Children’s Church: Katie Ramstead conversation, and God! (Or any beverage of your choice.)
Flowers: TBD Jeckyl & Hyde Deli & Ale House 709 Orchard Pl #1.
Fellowship Time: Potluck • Checking in Group, 5p, 4th Thursdays - supportive
group of people who share life's journey together.
Sign up in the fellowship hall to read scripture, • Men's Breakfast, 7:30a, Saturdays at Denny's - 

bring flowers for worship, or host fellowship time All men are invited to join this weekly breakfast group for
following worship. fun and fellowship. (No host.)


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Our Blanket Help kids in the community succeed in
Brigade is Still at their school year by donating backpacks!
Work Many school districts in the area now provide
Our dedicated quilters, students with
sewers, crocheters, supplies so we are
and knitters are still focusing on
hard at work, making blankets for local providing
children in transitional situations. (e.g. backpacks to all
they are in the foster care program, either the school districts
awaiting placement or settling into their for children in
“new” home) need. Supplies will
still be accepted
We have learned that it is a great comfort and welcome, as
to children in such a situation to have are monetary
something that is theirs to have, hold, donations which will be used to pay activity fees for
and take with them as they move from students and purchase any supplies that are still
one location to the next. A blanket not needed.
only fills that need, it provides warmth on
our cool nights. Most needed supplies include larger sized and
sturdy backpacks, wide-tipped markers, colored
If you would like to participate in this pencils, wide-ruled notebook paper, scissors, pencil
ministry, we need blankets for children sharpeners, and scientific calculators.
newborn to age 18, quilts, fleece, or
flannel. Depending upon size and warmth Donate to Opportunity Council today!
factor, they will either be delivered to A box for supplies is also available in the fellowship
Skookum Kids (younger children and all hall. Donations will be delivered to Opportunity
blanket types) or Blues Skies for children Council in early September.
(all ages and warmer blankets).

Joys and Concerns
Please submit written requests to update list.

Medical concerns: Beyond Our Walls:
• Frances Forhan • For the healing of our nation
• Bruce Wheeler • Refugees worldwide
• Virginia Bock, Pastor Tamalyn’s mom • Iglesia de Dios, as together we share God’s love
• Darleen Page & Family • Raices Culturales/Community to Community
• Ellen Fisher, Bob’s sister-in-law families in their gardening program in our field
• Marian Crim • Kristine Tissinger, missionary partner in Ghana
• Chloe Gibson • Rev. Sandy Messick, Regional Minister and
• Gary Schwebel, Diana Findlay’s son President
• Pat Spiller, Kris Ann’s stepdad-in-law & Vivian • Rev. Teresa Hord Owens, General Minister and
Lewis, Kris Ann’s mother-in law & entire Lewis/ President
Spiller family • Our General Church ministries
Life’s challenges: • Yakama Christian Mission
• Bea Gilfilen • Victims of hatred, injustice, violence, poverty,
• Katie, Bob Fisher’s daughter disease, and disaster worldwide
• Kris Ann Lewis’s family: brother Phil, sister-in- • All troops involved in world conflict
law Cary, nephew Matt, niece Hannah, Brenchly • Peacemakers worldwide
family

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World Outreach Community Outreach

A Family Promise Update
The first week of hosting our Family Promise guests blossomed into a
grand adventure. When another church in the community found they
were unable to host, Family Promise facilitators scrambled to find
accommodations and approached First Christian with their plea:
“Could you possibly host for two weeks, rather than one?”
So, we scrambled. With our huge rummage sale taking place the day
before, we quickly emptied our “bedrooms,” hauled away unsold
merchandise, and set up a living room wherein families can relax,
study, play, and watch movies.
Thanks to all of you who helped in the necessary cleaning, repairing, furniture moving that was required prior to the
families’ arrival. Thanks to all of you who helped in providing dinner and company for them in the evenings, security
detail for them each night, breakfast each morning, and helped with their lunch prep for the following days. Thank you to
those of you who have provided bedding and a warm, welcoming place for these families to stay. Thank you for being
the church that you are and extending God’s love to those in need.
Please note that our next week to host will be the week of September 2. If you are ready, willing, and able, please sign
up to help at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0e4bada628a6ff2-volunteer1

A Report from Pride
Many thanks go to Bruce Radtke, Linda Heyne, and Blair Whitney for setting up and hosting our church table at this
year’s Pride Festival. It is not an easy task to haul, arrange, and set up all that stuff (or to clean it all up and bring it
“home” when all is said and done), so kudos to this faithful crew for doing so.
Thank you, also, to Bruce, who straightened out the seemingly inevitable confusion festival coordinators had between
our congregation and First Congregational and for sharing the following:
“I brought some Hershey's kisses (who could say no to a kiss?) which were well-received, and then I also handed out
(pro-actively) the candy in wrappers you provided. Two things struck me: Several people stopped by to thank us for the
message "God loves everybody," a contrast to what we were told was the message of some folks on sidewalks
denouncing sinful living. Those who thanked us may well be church members or not, maybe never visiting our
congregation, but at least our message resonated with them. Linda commented on how she heard that comment
frequently, too.  Secondly, it struck me that many of the folks walking by our table seemed to be satisfied with their
bodies, not buying the ads that promote only good-looking, slim people.  They seemed happy either to be LGBTQ folks
at various stages of their evolving lives or supporters not afraid to speak up.”
May God bless each of these volunteers and the people whose lives they touched that day. God loves EVERYONE!

We Continue to Work for Justice
Bruce Radtke also reports that the effort to get signatures on 29 April 2018 was worthwhile:
17 signatures on petition asking released Palestinian unjustly detained; 17 signatures on petition for 10 Turkish students
unjustly detained; 15 signatures for 2 Ukranians sentenced by Russian military courts;
15 signatures for 4 Central American undocumented fathers separated from their children and detained;
15 signatures in opposition to the Muslim ban. Signatures opposing hunger and its causes were as follows: 17 for 
Senator Murray, 16 for Senator Cantwell, 16 for Rep. Larsen, and 16 for Rep. DelBene.

Gateway to Living Well, Cont’d from p. 3
On the one hand, our media focuses on death through violence and war, and on the other hand, although we are all
moving toward death from the moment of our birth, we turn away from the intimacy of considering our own dying or the
death of those we love.
Proceeds from this event will support other Palliative Care Institute community conversations. Tickets in advance are
$20.00 for adults, $10.00 for students.  At the door $25 for adults, $15 for students. Use the registration link below to
purchase advance tickets.  Scholarships are available for those with restricted incomes.  Contact pci@wwu.edu to
request a scholarship code.

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Kids & Their Families $$$ Matters Family Promise Info

Heartfelt Thanks to Valiant
Kids’ Coloring Page Rescuers!
Click here for a full size coloring page. After a plea for $2,200.00 to pay for repairs to our
riding mower, we’ve had some Valiant Rescuers
come forward to pay all but $400 of the balance
owing. And in case you haven’t noticed, our lawn
and landscape, though brown from the weather,
are in the best shape ever! Thanks to ALL who
help in the best ways they can. Keep up the
good work; I don’t know what our church would
do without you!
Hot Diggity Dog!
The end of August marks a milestone in the
ending of Part I in a long journey. That’s the
Page Family’s journey with Darleen’s
chemotherapy in Seattle. It all began with a
diagnosis of pancreatic cancer in March, and has
meant a trip every two weeks for treatment. So
many of you faithful friends have prayed, sent
cards, or called to support us that we want to
Tips from Tam show a token of our thanks to all of you in just a
Beginning Sunday, September 9, we’ll be starting a new thing small way.
in Children’s Church. We’re going to read the WHOLE Bible! Sunday, Sept. 2, fellowship time after worship will
The Spark Story Bible, that is. We’ll start with the story of feature hot dogs, baked beans, and salad,
creation, in Genesis and work our way through the Hebrew provided for your “dining pleasure”, (as they say
Scriptures. Adapting our journey to accommodate Easter, Advent, in the hospitality business).
Christmas and all Holy Days, we will continue on until we reach The next step in the journey for us is surgery to
the final story, with Paul writing to the church in Philippi. remove the now-shrunken tumor, probably in late
There are 46 Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) stories and Sept. or early Oct. We take things one day at a
104 New Testament stories in the Spark Story Bible, so this time, but are surely looking forward to “moving
journey will take us a good, long while. But, we know it will be on” from where we’ve been on this journey so far.
a good journey for our children. Please pray with us. Learn
with us. And, if you like, read along with us. But, you get to use
your grown-up Bible! We can’t thank you enough for all your prayers
and good wishes!
May God’s Spirit of Wisdom be with you,
Tamalyn Darleen, Chuck, and all the Page family

Family Promise Bed Race to Help
Homeless Children
Sunday, September 30
2 - 4p
Want to do something fun and crazy and help children
all at the same time?
Enter a team, become a Family Promise Sponsor, or
volunteer at the Family Promise Race.
Visit www.familypromisebedrace.com to sign up for find more information.
Or email Konrad at familypromisebedrace@gmail.com for info about becoming a sponsor.

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First Christian Church, Christian Holidays Sep 2018 (Pacific Time - Los Angeles)
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
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Time
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Scouts] Dios] Brkfst,
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Road, N Twinlow Rd, Rathdrum, ID 83858,
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USA 7 : 3 0 a m - Men's
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September 2018 calendar

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School Grp Theology, Dios] Brkfst,
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School Scouts] y to Dios] Brkfst,

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September 2018
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