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The theme of our 4th annual Miles for Ministry FundraiserisMove Out!
We are challenging HSHC’s individual and community supporters during the month of September 2022 to raise money by spending time outside collecting Creation Minutes. Participants can collect Creation Minutes via a variety of activities, such as walking, gardening, talking with neighbors, temporarily moving a home office to the back porch, playing with children, reading a book, watching the sunset, or simply resting outside.
Not only does research suggest that spending at least 2 hours (120 minutes) per week in nature helps improve our overall wellbeing, but it is our hope that, through this intentional time spent outside, participants will experience God’s movement among them - “moving out” some of our old (and perhaps destructive) ways of being and replacing them with something new (life-giving).
“I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth; do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.” - Isaiah 43:19 NRSVUE
Donations can be given directly to a “Move Out!” participant or a “Move Out!” team (individual and team names will be listed on the donation page).
Note: If you prefer to use Paypal, click here (and we will manually add your donation to our fundraising effort).
Mail checks to: Healthy Seminarians - Healthy Church, 4600 Old William Penn Hwy, PA, 15668.
Donations for the fundraiser can be made any time between now and September 30, 2022!
When youregisterordonateto the challenge, you will receive a weekly Motivation for Creation Minutes reflection written by people from the HSHC community (scripture verse, short reflection, and questions for contemplation) as well as health tips each week in September leading up to the end of the "Move Out!" Challenge.
We are a non-profit, donor-based ministry, meaning that we depend on the generosity of those who want to improve the health and well-being of seminarians, clergy, and congregation members. Their health makes our communities and world healthier, too!
Healthy Seminarians – Healthy Church equips seminarians, clergy and churches to explore practical ways of living into greater health and wholeness through education, research, and advocacy. To learn more about our work, click here!
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