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Camp Wilmot Summer Registration
Camp Wilmot is excited to announce that registration is open for Summer of 2021! As much fun as we had with Camp on the Road last summer, we're overjoyed to be able to offer our classic residential youth camps again this July! If you're craving some joy, connection, and time in God's beautiful creation, there are so many opportunities to get up to Camp Wilmot this year, whether it's renting a cabin to enjoy our 200+ acres on your own, or signing up to be part of one of our camps! If you're interested in our camp programming, this year we have a camp for everyone: We'll be running Family Camp from July 2-5 open to all ages and families, Adventure Camp for campers 13 and up from July 5-10, and two Youth Camps for campers ages 8 to 16, from the July 11-17 and 17-24. More information and registration links can be found on our website

In all our excitement, we are also committed to operating with an abundance of caution in the face of the ongoing covid-19 pandemic. Camp Wilmot promises to meet or exceed all guidelines and protocols put forward by the CDC, NH government, and the American Camp Association. More information about our covid policies are available on our website, and we are happy to answer any questions that come our way. We are grateful that we will be able to operate safely, while still providing the same abundance of fun, connection, and faith formation that our families have come to love and expect.  

For more information, visit our website, or check out this brief (3 min) video and a flyer about Camp Wilmot's programs this summer. And please do not hesitate to reach out to this summer's Director Team: Robin Loewald, Caleb Petersen, and Kayla McKinsey at
Resources for Re-Gathering

The video from "Re-gathering Benchmarks: How will we know?" is now available. Click here to watch it on YouTube. You can access the slide presentation that was used by clicking here.

Catch up on the previous webinars in this series, co-hosted by the Presbyteries of Boston and Northern New England, to help you think about your congregation's return to in-person worship:
Vaccine and Regathering Part 1

Vaccine and Regathering Part 2
Concert for Peace & Love

The Korean Church of Boston (PCUSA)’s Justice, Peace, & Environment Committee presents Concert for Peace & Love!

The aim of the concert is to stand in solidarity with those who are affected by the various issues posed by racism and racial inequality and to raise awareness of these issues to the public. The musicians have chosen the pieces they played on this concert to share with you what they themselves have felt when they encountered this music: peace, love, comfort, and hope. The concert was performed live on Friday, April 30, to a limited number of attendees, but the entire concert will be broadcast to all on Saturday, May 15, at 7:00 PM via YouTube. Click here for the full press release and find more information on KCB's website.
New! Ordination Anniversaries in May:
Drew Hanson 5/20/18
Richard Lovelace 5/1/66
Catherine MacDonald 5/22/77
Alvaro Peña 5/25/79

Congratulations and thank you! If your ordination anniversary is not listed when it should be, or is listed incorrectly, please send your information to:

New! MATE's Matching Grant Opportunity: A generous donor has challenged Mission at the Eastward with a 3:1 matching grant. If they raise $9,000 in 45 days, they will receive a $27,000 matching gift to buy needed building supplies to support MATE’s Housing Ministry’s (MHM’s) home repair program for underserved people in need of safe homes! Click here for information on how to donate.

New! NE Glow: You can connect with NE Glow on FacebookDiscord, and on their website

Faith Talks Sunday, May 9 at 7 PM: "More from Genesis" Click here for the Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 882 9192 2819
Passcode: 077555
New! Job Opening: Old South Presbyterian Church, a vibrant, community-based Presbyterian Church in Newburyport on the North Shore of Massachusetts, is searching for a Full-time or 3/4-time Teaching Elder to serve as interim for 1-2 years. In our shared ministry, we are eager to find seasoned pastoral leadership trained in interim ministry to enthusiastically guide us in our congregational life and to help us identify our next installed teaching elder. Full description and directions to apply are posted on our website. Contact Elder Greg Keller with questions at (

The United Presbyterian Church of Whitinsville is looking to hire a part-time Administrative Assistant. More information, including instructions on how to apply, can be found on our website.

Funeral Assistance Grants: FEMA is now accepting applications for Funeral Assistance that may be relevant to your congregation. Click here for more information and instructions for applying.
Connect Throughout the Week: We have two opportunities during the week to connect for support and encouragement. The login information can be found in the Presbytery calendar on the website.

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