During Children’s Chapel on February 28 children had an opportunity to decorate some “prayer flags”- both in paper and felt.
While it is always nice to adorn our congregational walls and/or homes with such flags so that the sentiments imbued in the flag might permeate the space, these prayer flags are intended for a different venue- new homes in Nepal!
Long time friend of UUCSH Dr. Tulsi Maharjan is prominently involved in the Friends of Nepal NJ, a partner organization to the Homes of Hope Nepal program. Homes of Hope is working to rebuild homes following the 2015 earthquake that rocked Nepal.
Moreover, there is a Flags of Hope program to compliment Homes of Hope.
Children and adults did a wonderful job creating the prayer flags that will soon be on their way to Nepal. You may have seen/been among other UUCSHers at RVCC recently packing meals for this project too!
Financial contributions are most certainly welcomed for this important work. See the website link for donation options.
Both financial support and creation of prayer flags are ways the themes of February and March collide- expressing our “desire” that the victims of the earthquake be “liberated” from their suffering via new homes imbued with the hopeful vibes of the prayer flags!