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Episode 30: Why Interfaith Dialogue is Vital - burst 02
"The other thing that i would kind of equip our church regularly to consider because folks was well. I don't know if i feel equipped. I don't know if i know my face while enough to be able to to do or say the right things particularly to folks who believes have differently. Well first of all start with listening rather than speaking right I get the no the other person you get to know where they're coming from. That's huge the second thing is jesus promised his disciples. Look i will give you the words to say so. At that point. It becomes first and foremost primarily an action of discipleship. Will i trust jesus provisions and let let the whole concept of evangelism be work which is his anyway right. I just want trust them to give me the words to say that. If i would open my life up before these other people who believe differently i might win an opportunity to tell the story have got us changing me
"trinity church" Discussed on WTOP
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"trinity church" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Met named in Trinity Church is one of its founding fathers in his hanged in London is a pirate Is pirate Is New York a pirate haven at the turn of the century? About 70? No one is this a place where bucket where privateers are welcome. Yes, Yes, it's both Buccaneers and privateers are welcomed by the English authorities at that point, and there's there's a important distinction between the two, which sometimes got blurred Buccaneers were pirates plain and simple. Out to a prey on whatever cargo ship merchant ship, you know, showed on the horizon, regardless of nationality. Privateers were officially licensed. Ah, basically pirates for war. In other words, their mandate was to sail forth for their given sovereign. In this case, it would be the King of England to basically raid the cargo ships of the King's enemies. In this case, the French and the Spanish And the irony is that that that kid is originally license wing kid who was a Scotsman settled in Manhattan. It was originally a licensed by the British authorities to sail forth as a private here. Against the French enemy but also to hunt down pirates who were preying on English ships. But what happens is once he gets out in the Indian Ocean. He faces mutiny on the part of his crew, and they all decide to turn pirate and that's the beginning of the legendary career. Captain Kidd, who, when he does show up back in on the coast of America, having having already you know, she's dozens of English in and other European cargo ships. Eyes basically tricked into being arrested in Boston and then his shift back Teo to England for trial, hanged at what was known as execution dock on the Thames River in London. But he's certainly one of the notorious New Yorkers of the early period whose career really is bound up in this sort of imperial maritime Global war, where they're already seems to be a little bit of wiggle room. With the legalities of Are you going to be a private here on behalf of the king or you're going to be a pirate or you switch back and forth, And that's very much a part of New York sort of Wide open town kind of reputation. Your British.
"trinity church" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Were also self quarantining as a precaution construction crews are trying to speed up work on the I. four ultimate project with fewer cars on the road recently leader said the work was months behind schedule because of hurricane Irma and fatal accident now things may be evening out because of the theme parks being closed of course many people not commuting to the corona virus expected completion time is slated for late next year the I. four four await interchange is expected to finish up this summer and we're talking about kindness and trying to set spread some positive messages here about corona virus we got a couple of good open mikes kindness during corona virus how are you helping out and giving back your your open mikes the news ninety six point five W. DPO app well you all know Trinity Church in Deltona is having a toilet paper drive the given like two thousand rolls before already lining up that two o'clock at Trinity Church in Deltona so there you go tell us your kindness during coronavirus good news story just wanted to have that open Mike button inside the news on the six point five W. DPO act already seven oh five out a special edition of Orlando's evening news extended additional be going back to the phones a little bit first let's get an update on tonight's weather temperatures get a big boost starting tomorrow we're back into the low nineties across a listing area and mid nineties this weekend in fact were chasing a one hundred year record highs set nineteen twenty on Sunday more on that coming up the extended five day forecast four times an hour I'm top tier still pretty warm across the central Florida at least in the eighties across central Florida eighty four downtown Orlando looks like eighty three outside our studio window here on the beach D. E. B. O. thermometer and now it's just safe touch security triple team traffic.
How to Figure Out Anything as a Multi-Passionate Entrepreneur
"Dive on now. I feel like you need no introduction but i feel like let's do it like give me marie forleo at a glimpse yes well. You know we'll take it back for anyone listening. If we've never met before i like going back to the old days of when i popped out of college and was super excited about doing something i was hoping is going to be meaningful in the world and that would allow me freedom and to build financial oh freedom and all those things i think many of a stream of and i found myself on the floor of the new york stock exchange wall street and i was super excited john because i'm a person who has a lot of energy and and there is literally no physical seats on the floor. They have these things that pop out from the wall. They're like fold up seats but there's no real seats and i was pumped to be there. I was grateful to be there. I grew up in a working class family on the first person in my family to ever go to college. That was a really big deal and to have this job on wall street was like a._m. Proud i. I have a steady paycheck. I have health benefits like this is good and i'm not gonna lie. I was always someone who is very ambitious. I experienced a lot of pain heenan my childhood specifically around money and i saw how much pain the lack of it caused and i saw my mom go through so much feeling so powerless us around money and you know quite frankly i saw that many moms and adult women when i was growing up and so i had made a pact to myself that when i became an adult i wanted to do ever ever was possible to earn a lot of money not because i care about nice shoes or a lot of materialism. That's really that's not my life. I love experiences and i also left taking care of. If people like it's part of my nature and i wanted to be able to take care of others so at this wall street job guys around me were earning like a jillion dollars a year more money then i could have ever conceived ub growing up yet there is a big problem most of them while they seemed rich and successful and powerful on the outside seemed spiritually bankrupt one way i could see that was used to pine for these like two weeks of vacation that they had every year that that was the only thing they we had to look forward to and then of course the lifestyle of wall street was very typical of what we see you know back in the ninety s. Which was you know. The bell rings at four p._m. You hit a strip strip club. You do lines of coke and i'm like oh my god. This is so not me plus. It was ninety nine point nine percent men gender inequality and gender balance was insane. I was trying so hard to be taken seriously. I've always had very long hair but on wall street. I actually had a pixie cut. I cut off all my hair in an effort to be taken seriously. I just wind fine my spot in this world so cut to six months into that job. I started hearing this little still small voice inside that was like marie. This isn't worse must obey. This isn't what you're meant to do. You need to get out of here and that was hard to hear because that little voice was not telling me what else i was supposed supposed to do and i tried to ignore it because again. It felt wildly irresponsible. I i don't again comparable wealthy family. I didn't have a trust fund. I was tens of thousands of dollars in debt after college. Delay quitting steady job without having a backup plan seemed insane right not what i was going to do but got to the point where i could no longer ignore that voice in one day on the floor. I had what i can only describe to be some what of a mild panic annika tack. You know. I'm walking around. I started getting dizzy. I had trouble breathing. I felt like really nauseated like i was going to throw up and told my bosses like had to get out and go grab a cup of coffee thirty instead of getting the caffeine i made a beeline to the nearest church i had grown up in a catholic household and i went to a catholic university so i was kind of trained to new crisis. Ask god for help some kind of guidance. I'm sitting on the steps trinity church bawling my eyes out in my little kind of you know they give be these like dark blue blazers that you are in the floor exchange miscarriage running down my face and the first one i got was to call my dad which made sense because i was so just i. I felt so guilty to be honest with you because i knew how much he busted his ass to put me through school that i didn't want to be a disappointment so i opened my flip phone. If anyone remembers those call my pops and was just bawling my face out. I finally took a breath to catch my breath. He interrupted. He said ray com now. Now you're fine. He's like you've worked since you were nine years old. I am not worried about you keeping a roof over your head or paying your bills look. You're gonna work for the next forty forty or fifty years of your life. You have got to find something you love and if this isn't it and you're getting yourself this second this upset then you gotta adequate and you've got to do whatever it takes to find something you love and don't stop looking until you find it and so that was kind of my first permission slip you you get the f out of there but you know. I honestly had no clue how to find something. I loved and there's even a skeptical part of my brain. That was like what does that mean somewhere deep in my soul. I knew it was right so i went on a bit of an odyssey to try and find out who i was and my only clues were that i loved creativity. I was highly the creative. I thought i was going to be either an animator for disney or a painter or fashion designer and i loved business and marketing. My dad was an entrepreneur in a small business owner and i got to see him operate his small printing business growing up so i thought magazine publishing might be the place for me right. There's like the the editorial side and there's the ad side commerce business art all of it and so. I got a job at gourmet magazine in their ad sales department. I was like okay. This is going. It'll be and it's gonna be awesome right now. In terms of the landscape there was many more women. My boss was a woman. The publisher of the magazine was a woman. They were all amazing. I'm like like this is wonderful. I love to eat it was gourmet by my little cubicle was next to the test kitchen so the chefs would be like hey. We're trying out this new recipe. Do you want to chase yeah. That's right. I was like who has to like this on your police. Bring the snacks but the same thing happened about six months. I started hearing that voice jonah voice right. This isn't who you're supposed to be and then i started to really feel a sense sense of panic because i watched my peer group around me. They were all starting to get promotions. They were all kind of getting this foothold in their life and here i was wanting to quit. Quit my job yen so i thought to myself okay. Wall street was very numbers focused. The ad sales side of a magazine is very numbers focused. Maybe i have gone too far on that nightside. Maybe i need to really strengthen my creativity. What if i'm supposed to be on the editorial side so hustled my buns off. I got a position as a fashion assistant at mademoiselle and i was like okay. This is gotta be at gona photo shoots fashion shows in the new product lines you know working with layouts like all these highly creative things and when she now at six months in same thing started happening at and i have to be honest here because i started started to feel really broken you know i had graduated the valedictorian of my class and i'm a very hard worker and couldn't square. How can i be this committed to doing really good work and this freaking clueless about who i am in this world like why does nothing fit and so when i was at that the job i was on the internet one day probably when i shouldn't have been and i stumbled upon what was a new profession at the time now you gotta get guys. This is nineteen ninety nine like nine hundred ninety nine. It was talking about this new profession called coaching which at that point no one had ever heard of before jenna when i read this article all about people that had these coaching businesses about how it was so focused on co creating strategies with people it was very positive. It was very forward moving. It sounded really exciting. It was as though something inside of my heart broke open. It was like the clouds parted and little cherubs. We're we're seeing like little sunbeam's. Shooting out of there is right into my heart and something about it just felt so right. However my very critical mind signed immediately stepped in. Who do you think you are who the hell is gonna hire a twenty-three-year-old life coach. You haven't even lift life yet. You can't even keep a job for more than six months your ten thousand dollars in debt. You have nothing to offer anyone. This is nuts. This is crazy by the way how cheesy is a term life coach which so that's where i was but i couldn't deny that this was the right thing i had ever felt in terms of calling and so i signed up for three year coach training program with coach university and i continue to work at the magazine during the day can i was my paycheck. That's how things went fast forward a few months. I got a call all from the h._r. Department at conde nast publications. They had a promotion for me. It was an opportunity at folk more money a lot more prestige staying on that steady paycheck health benefits train and that jenna was my work on the road a on the safe path or do i do this weird thing called life life coaching which no one has ever heard of i think as cheesy as hell but sounds amusing and so i quit my job and i went back to bartending in waiting tables else and decided to start my business at twenty three so what has happened since twenty three because has happened and i'm juiced just giggling as you're talking because i feel like every listener can relate to these voices the one that is like who do you think you are in the one that is like you you were made for this and like it's just this constant conversation in our heads in if if the world saw the conversations that you're having in our heads we would look like geico
Kenneth Branagh talks 'All Is True'
"Everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell. You. What's happening at the movies? And we have a movie now called all is true. It is the story of William Shakespeare in his later years. It stars my friend here Kenneth Branagh who also directed it. And did God knows what else, you know? Can I think it's kind of amazing? We were talking a little bit before about when I first encountered you which was you playing a Henry the fifth onscreen, which he directed as well as started Oscar nominations for both things. This was a Henry who was just filled with youth and vigor and was going to take on the world and everything and it was. This fresh vigorous approach to what Shakespeare is. And now, you're playing Shakespeare himself in his later years has that make you feel on usual. Unusual very privileged. Because the in a way, you know, Henry the fifth was a it was an amazing opportunity to have as a young actor, and a sort of virgin filmmaker and really was any possible because there were lots of other equally sorts of adventurous maverick figures in terms of the produces and an all sorts of other people who were taking a chance on me. I remember talking to the late. Great psalm. Go when junior when we were releasing that film in America saying cannot, please please, please. I I know I'm I'm I'm twenty I'm nobody another, but complete can I make two requests on the post police. Could you include two names, one is Judi Dench who I promise you people will know about sued they will know about and the other one pleases William Shakespeare, without whom none of us would be here. Why credit the writer well, just different additional dialogue anyway. But it was he was just too concerned about what was going. To get people into the side. No problem listening to a smart, man. He news who knew his market. But I suppose the send if things I keep sort of saying the same thank yous to people like Judy Dench shoop stuck with me through a journey through shakes. Things have you done with her? I mean we worked about together by seven times. And she's directed me. A couple of times and I've directed her. I've always learned from her and a couple of years ago, we did Shakespeare's play the winter's tale, which was really a prelude to making this film. All is true because she played Pauline a- a woman who speaks truth to power, and she puts my character in that play on a man who makes stupid mistake and loses a child as a result. She puts into the test puts into the sold, and that sort of ten ship became a starting point for Ben Elton thinking about how might Anne Hathaway and William Shakespeare's relation be after twenty years of him being away as the most famous of the agent and coming back to face the family. That's the the whole crux of the story. He's got this wife who he basically has neglected. Fully and two daughters and a dead son memories dealing with. But I always here we know nothing about what really happened in terms of what was going on and Shakespeare's life. So how does this come about that you get to play him at in sixteen thirteen when he's basically retired after the old gulp Peter burns down. He's going on. Well, belts looked at the existing facts factual as we knew them that appear in the Public Record Office. And so you'll find that on on a day in June of sixteen fourteen Joan lane stood up in the church. Holy trinity church in Stratford, and he called Shakespeare's daughter a whore. And he said she had gonna RIA and that she was sleeping with the a man who was not her husband. This is in public record quite clear. Everybody knew about it created a sensation because Shakespeare was returning celebrity and in the case of of someone so creatively prolific to come back to a tiny town. And a long way from London, and and after thirty seven plays in a great success workout, what to do even let alone what to say to a wife and daughters, who as you say been neglected, and who have if you think of in terms of the plays that he wrote we're to have plenty to say about what he might or might not have done or said in his terms. He's gonna he's gonna come to terms with how that sits, you know, the the this idea of what it's like for genius to deal with old and rely was also in the in the core of what we were trying to look at Ben Elton who did this works on in a very humorous way. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. But that's it. He's coming up and people are saying who the hell are you, you know. And I think what again one of the fascinating about Shakespeare's. How elusive he is. You know, there are probably about twenty five about him in the public record of his places. He was things that happened during the course of his life, but many people find it hard to join the. The idea of the fellow we present who may not have gone to drama school comes from a relatively lower class and REO in small country town and goes off into the world and can write plays about Rome and Egypt. And and it's Lee, and and and politics and religion and do so without having had the classical education without being as whether classical idea of genius, lured by remand bad and dangerous to know living glamorous life of public scandal. That sound great. I'd buy some of that. But Shakespeare seems to go pups, you know, exemplify what flow BAC, hold when he described the autistic life and said, you need to be boys watering, your private life and revolutionary in your creative life, and you might argue that about Shakespeare, but but that that that's sort of contradiction tension between the ordinary man and the man capable of extrordinary creative output to me you so touching so point. So Shakespeare because he he often in his own. Own place. He pulls the rug from under the feet of grandiloquent people saying, you know, what? In the end, you're all going to need company. You're going to need help at the end of your life. You're all going to require a you're all you need a support that comes from very simple contact with human beings. It isn't all about being some grand Queen or king. Even if he writes, very well about them his genius. I think he's writing about the nitty gritty in love, isn't it? Yeah. It's kind of amazing that in terms of film television. Whatever we don't really get that much of him. We really don't. So you I'm watching this. And I'm thinking, okay. Here's the he's coming home that heroes coming on, and nobody really wants them. Yes. Everybody's white says really, you know. And also that they were illiterate, basically, women just weren't taught obsoleted. So so a lot Benneton I think to give a modern voice in the film to women who. Had not been listened to. And it didn't matter to them that father, even then was lauded as the as the poet of the age, his, you know, clear and present responsibility as a parent, and as a husband with something that they they challenge, and and they challenge indeed as most families experience, even with the most high-achieving mother or father out there in the world being spectacular comeback to your own, you know, kitchen table, and you're just a member of that family and people are are unimpressed in the tension. That accrues is important one of the things I admire about Shakespeare is that he does come back to stop. But he does he does. He does fess up. You know, he he they stay married, and we investigate and explore the idea of what what it meant when this is true in in Shakespeare's will he left his wife? His second best bed and many people. Regard this great slight or a snob or in front. We take a different view that might have that might actually be a layer of meaning in that that suggest Papp's. It's a it's more than a friendly. Gesture might even be a loving gesture. The title was originally
"trinity church" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Another gas his uniform. Move. His face was still early in the morning radio in am. I. Give it a name circumstance. But he was now determined to find his mind, no matter what slaves concrete Damanour, derail and the view of his command. Like this. It wasn't right. Keough have been fast soda human being a devote batters. And there was no way to inequality a good, man. It'd be lows under slam shifts. Briefly. Stop didn't watch it the clause except for some cases of thunder. It was deeply quiet morning. Just the rain and the steady slowest son of man, wading through the waters, but Sinn across we stayed the Rin later, even our. It would make things easier. But then shirts shrimp. True. The rain was the war in you had to fight it turning. He looked out across the field and yell at one of his mental close up. The rank not a man really aboard the young the young soldiers stood over by the sense of the field. Deep water, rich and down. We both fans as if she's in some object just beneath the surface the ball show. The was shaking Jimmy cross yell it again, but the young soldier did not turn or look. In his food punch. Everything kicked kicked it with mud. The boys. This was impossible to make out the field seem to raise identities transforming the men into. And identical copies of a single soldier. Which was exactly how Jim cross had been trinity church. Redeem as in in changeable units of command, it was difficult sometimes, but he tried to avoid that sort of thinking he had no military ambitiously ambitions. He preferred of you. He's made not as a unit, but as human beings. Thank you. Thank.
"trinity church" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To college might not be the best choice for all students and a training conference for the education department's federal student aid division. Devos says the federal government holds one point five trillion dollars in outstanding student loans and the portfolio now accounts for nearly ten percent of America's national debt device told the conference if important policy changes aren't made the programme on which so many students. Rely will be in serious jeopardy. She blames the Obama administration, and it's twenty ten takeover of federal student loans, which encouraged colleges to raise tuition and Donohue. Washington US retail trade group says the holiday shopping season has gotten off to a strong start with sales for November December expected to be at the high end of its earlier forecast. This is townhall dot com. One of the most beloved songs at Christmas is being celebrated as it approaches its two hundred anniversary silent Knight was the centerpiece of a concert Tuesday at trinity church in lower Manhattan, Carol debuted in Austria in December eighteen eighteen and made its way around the rest of Europe and the United States trinity church as a strong connection to the piece of music organizers at the concert say it was first performed in the US in eighteen thirty nine at the Alexander. Hamilton memorial on the church grounds by an Austrian family of traveling singers in eighteen fifty nine a priest at trinity church. John Freeman young published the first English translation of three verses of the Carol Keith Peters reporting that gratis returning to North Carolina for a second stint as the team's head football. Coach the school announced Tuesday that he's been signed to a five year seventeen point five million dollar deal. The sixty seven year old Brown won.
"trinity church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The Bon ton of Boston from the seventeen ninety s right through to the eighteen thirties early eighteen forties and Charles bull Finch in this first chapter and the great Boston fire of eighteen seventy two was something that not showed these mansions, but showed how it evolved from a residential neighborhood into a commercial one that would that be destroyed in the great Boston fire. And then it was almost like a Phoenix rising from the ashes that in the late eighteen seventies and eighties. What would see it becoming an area predominated by departments to us? So it was mostly would until what point until both in started building at the turn of the century. Well during the period of the seventeenth century. Boston's town center would actually be where the old state house is at the head of what is today St. street, then known as Kingston. Great. If one looked at the building on the right hand side would be the north end and on the left hand side would be the south end. And that was the colonial south end of Boston. It was a very elegant area. And it was not wooded. They actually had many houses by the period of seventeen hundred, you know, not only the old south church was located at Washington and milk straight. But you would see trinity church which is the site of what is today. Filene's department store. There were many places not just a worship, but residential development that took place and don't forget Washington street that goes from the old state house would be the connector to the neck that went Washington street through. What is.
"trinity church" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Don't know about you. But I need to be here today. Need to be remind reminded of the promises of God. And about this. Thank you for being here. We're all reminded that there's an old Jewish proverb. That says that when? A funeral procession meets a wedding procession. It is the funeral procession gives way to the wedding procession. I do see the Baptist processions will because God is God of joy. Got of life. All of you here today. Thank you very much. We're glad all of you here today to our family faith here at while between church those this deep by radio and those watching livestream literally round the world we helped because you're with us that you might feel something of God's love and peace and Justice in the world and share God's mercy and grace with the world is so sorely leads. All of that. I would like to invite everyone to please, find the friendship pads. The pew pass those down if your visitor. We hope that you will sign them. So the week and get to know you a little better we do receive new members the third sunny every month last Sunday, we had I think it was ten new members we have some more lined up for November. So if you want to be a part of that, please chuckles. Glad to talk with you this week with any questions. You might have what it means to be a part of trinity church. I hope and trust that you know, how to read most of you, do I think there's a lot of information about what God is doing the bulletin check this week at which I hope you've got on Friday at one highlight just a few things three things right after service here, we have two of our staff member through having babies in the next few months or so so there's a shower with diapers than a gift cards and things like that for both Sarah during Christmas and Caitlyn Bomar. We hope you'll come by. And we also have a tour of the building we still have room for few more sign up out there. And then I wanna remind the officers elect to go up the hall and room for lunch. We'll have lunch and then continue our officer training tonight are gay straight fellowship. Meet the coal house tomorrow night. Of course is the trunk or treat. We still need a little more candy. But. We've been getting a lot in and we hope that all of you be be here for that. Finally on the back bulletin. You'll notice information about ways that we might connect with one another. It's a new program. I won't go into all the details. There's some information here and some people to help you sign up for ram if your questions in the hallway we're glad that you're here in your presence with us. We'll be a blessing to us. Let's continue our worship with our proclamation. Mm-hmm. Those pray. Gracious, creator of the world and everything in it. It's been a hard week. And we're still not sure what to do with the love that. We did not earn. So startled us the again with the truth. The news that in Jesus Christ. You.
"trinity church" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Churchgoer i was baptized and confirmed an episcopal and i had a great reverend jean smith was my reverend who confirmed me in she was a great sinker and a great teacher about a life of faith and i realize now how many people don't have that she was very supple thinker she was a sheet shit she was a she and it gives the piss cappelli credit i went to trinity church in princeton new jersey and my mother taught sunday school and so it's a big part of my life you know as young person we would do missionary work every summer and michelle you know we'd go down to the haulers in kentucky and people sign up you know we'd build latrines and paint fences and build roofs and all through kentucky and west virginia in the in the back haulers there that was fun and then when summer we went to haiti and worked with mother teresa's order they're in the house of the dying so this was missionary work to help people not to proselytizer was their proselytizing too oh it was just you know we just offered free labor you know it's it's proselytizing by example schrader you proselytized by proselytizing went door to door didn't you yeah i i went through a phase where my father was a frustrated minister he had to drop out because of the depression so i was raised to fill that slot and so it came quite naturally to go out with tracks in your hand and go doortodoor give people tracks them you know even though you're a kid and ask them what have you met jesus christ as your lord and savior that's a good place to start and you know it's amazing how many people will actually talk to a kid who wouldn't talk to adult and m my mother wonderful stories because back then a lot of people would go door to door and so right next to the front door she had put up a whole list of refutation tax for all of the various denominations so if the catholics came by or if the christian scientists came by would have a reputation tax for them and and so she would invite them in and give them coffee and then start giving the refutation tax and they had a.
"trinity church" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast
"Or you know to west county or whatever to be able to participate in those things and the cost is reasonable you know for for some families even if they know about or can get to this type of programming it's a challenge financially for families and especially if you have more when kid you know even soccer if you have more than one kid can be challenging in so we wanna provide those affordable opportunities for different enrichment even exercise classes and we have the building were really fortunate that trinity church has just said you know have at it you can use the building at will so we would love to have those opportunities available to families in county and then of course you know healthcare is always an issue and we have everything that we do kind of has a connection to somebody who that's their thing you know that's their passion and we have several nurses that are in some way connected with our commute with our organization in several nurses that work here in north county and so they see some of the needs related to health care dental care you know that sort of thing so we would love to eventually have some health clinics that happen however often were able to make them happen here so that families who may be don't have access to insurance don't get to the doctor for checkups regularly you know all of those things that come with maybe bills have to be paid and if you're the mom may be that's the last bill that gets paid or doesn't get paid at all for you to get healthcare so those are those are the two awesome love to have a mentoring program in were kind of piecing some of that together with the soccer academy because it's a natural progression that you're mentoring the kids that you're seeing on the field every week and so those are our big dreams and of course it continues to expand the programs were already running mate more community partner.
"trinity church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Flathead beacon hill so that new area was created they also created land to build quincy market six acres and again that soil was taken from partly pemberton hill and phil was used throughout the city building upon that phil was also something was necessary to drive pilings they call them staves of the nineteenth century and stays would simply be driven into this newly created land so you could build upon it soil like that which was man made would somewhat collapse over time but the staves would actually allow the building to maintain itself but because of water fluctuations boston has what is called a water table and it's actually monitored on a regular basis almost four to five times a day and the water table is something that allows in some ways the staves to remain underwater so that they never wrought now on beacon hill a great example is burner straight and that area itself would see many of these wooden staves having the tops actually allow the water to drop so low that they rotted and buildings began to actually crumble so boston is actually overseeing this on a regular basis not just places like trinity church which has forty thousand staves that support it but also whole areas of the city so there are places that you can actually begin to see the water table actually fluctuating because so much was filled in and i guess by turquoise would be houses ceptable to that is the seaport district because they're shown on the news where we had some major storms this winter the water from the harbor with actually washing up onto the same street that the coakley courthouse is on i disappointed i'm so confused at downtown seaport district has changed tremendously and you're right there actually has been tremendous amounts of water has flooded the streets of the city not just there but the door fans the west end it's something it's not just climate change and you begin to think oh the icebergs are melting it's also the fact that we're seeing the shifts in water causing some ways but new developments is simply can't build an area that doesn't have a c barrier a wall actually can be erected we're always going to have whether that affects how water tables actually.
"trinity church" Discussed on WJR 760
"We we're struggling with our schools you know the new jersey can be a very expensive place to live we have the highest property taxes in that country and so the support the financial foundation for catholic schools is difficult to maintain but we think it's worth the struggle and i was gonna tell you we we have a dialysis in university here called seton hall the seton hall pirates hopefully by the time the show is over you will recall that seton hall won the ncw division one basketball this year and i'm not sure if that's actually gonna happen that we were hoping with got anything is possible with god take it over so it's a great it's a great place to be you know their parts of what what's interesting here jack is at least once a week someone says to be cardinal you have to be careful where you go in newark i you know i'll try not to be stupid but i'm from detroit and so people have such respect for the grittiness of detroiters if they they look relief it's okay you know what it's about a signature of your ministry is and i quote unintended focus on each person please well you know if i do do that i mean i i would i would be grateful if that's how i perceived but i learned that from a real hero in detroit years ago people you of your listeners with certainly remember the name monsignor clement kern go is the pasture for decades at holy trinity church down and cooktown and he was very effective.
Man’s body found in the waters off of Barrington
"The store on a drive around trail spotted what appeared to be a body and hundred acre cove and called police sunday morning it wasn't certain if it was an east providence or barrington so police from both communities responded and determine the island where it was found about five hundred feet from shore was in barrington barrington fire department retrieved the body the medical examiner's working to determine identity and cause of death police chief john lacrosse tells channel twelve the body appears to have been in the water for some time at least a month if not two months on friday morning officials retrieved another body when a hogger up barrington today at point of five mile drive away spotted it in the water still no identification an autopsy is pending paul zangari wpro passing in the judiciary over the weekend word of district court judge william clifton wins death husband of current federal appeals court justice roger thompson the brother of retired superior court judge edward clifton the russians say that sixty four people are dead in a fire in a shopping mall in siberia then more popular destination for families they say it was packed with visitors on sunday when that fire broke out to lower manhattan churches that survived destruction of the world trade center attacks to become the latest tourist sites to have raised post nine eleven security measures they have put metal detectors in trinity church and saint paul's chapel is search official there says that those medical detectors metal detectors i should say will remain there until the world becomes a safer place wpro sports this morning high school hockey finals headed to a deciding game three tonight brown university lasalle and coventry forcing those showdowns with wins in game two on saturday night kansas in villanova claiming the final spots college basketball's final four with winds sunday at the nc double a regional finals for updates on these stories and others you can log on six thirty wpro dot com follow us on twitter at wpro and like us on facebook.
Both Florida US Senators want states to adopt restraining order laws
"Com i'm gordon griffin students are marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida where seventeen people were gunned down in february so getting young americans mobilized and registered to vote will be their focus in the months to come speaking on cbs is facing asian and other sunday morning news programs student cameron caskey called young voter turnout in recent elections embarrassing florida's senators marco rubio bill nelson offer legislation to address gun violence senator marco rubio says the bill creates an incentive for the rest of the states to do with florida and five other states have already done and that is put in place strong extreme protection risk orders so that law enforcement and family members have a tool that they can use to go to court convince the judge that this person is dangerous and take away their guns before they can take away anyone's lives senator rubio together with senator bill nelson say the bill also prevents those people from buying more guns the bill was introduced following the school shootings in parkland florida that killed seventeen students and teachers linda kenyon washington palm sunday being celebrated around the world today correspondent juliet walker reports from new york city we're one church had a donkey a donkey take part in the procession dominate comes from a petting zoo and he led this palm sunday procession down broadway in lower manhattan from saint paul's chapel to trinity church wall street there are few hundred people of all ages out here carrying crosses and palm fronds along with drummers palm sunday is the start of holy week which ends with easter at trinity church wall street i'm julie walker china's still isn't indicating what actions it may take in the trade dispute with the united states but beijing is repeating its warning that a trade war would harm all.
"trinity church" Discussed on WTMA
"Caribbean prior to his arrival on manhattan island so he's a guy uh real of a real marshall a temperament he's a very capable administrator far far far more so than kieft had been um but he does ultimately face realities that he's got a little fort with a few hundred uh uh settler is a couple of hundred militiamen and soldiers that he can he can muster uh and yet he's face he's facing not only a flotilla of english uh warships uh uh manned by sailors and soldiers but he's also got the problem that if he looks across the east river to the shore of uh where we're really the brooklyn bridge is now today um he's got a whole he's facing a whole a mob of uh english farmers from the far reaches of long island who also on a handover uh the dutch territory to uh to the king of england so he wisely as you said i decided not to fight and die and from then four word a dutch new amsterdam becomes english new york there was a brief moment as you mentioned in sixteen seventy three seventy four were the dutch sale back in and take over again but then they handed back to the english during peace negotiations in sixteen 74 so you end up having new york as uh as a port city of the british empire british but the empires now tangle for the next and sixteen eighty four to seventeen 63 a series of wars chiefly fought between the french and the english spanish did get involved in the dutch were always hanging on the side and new york was at the periphery of those but this is a transforming period for new york mentioning william kid captain kid the pirate who founds trinity church who is one of the eu's owes named in trinity church has one of its founding fathers than as he ended a london this a pirate is pirate is new york a pirate haven at the turn of the century about seventy no one is this a place where bucket of where privateers are welcome yes yes it both buck in years and privateers are welcome by the english authorities at that point and there's there's two important distinction between the.
"trinity church" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Caribbean prior to his arrival on manhattan island so he's a guy of real of a real marshall a temperament he's a very capable administrator far far far more so than kieft had been um but he does ultimately face realities that he's got a little fort with a few hundred uh uh settler is a couple of hundred militiamen and soldiers that he can he can muster uh and yet he's face each facing not only a flotilla of english uh warships uh uh manned by sailors and soldiers but he's also got the problem that if he looks across the east river to the shore of uh where we're really the brooklyn bridge is now today okay uh he's got a whole he's facing a whole a mob of english farmers from the far reaches of long island who also on a handover uh the dutch territory to uh to the king of england so he wisely as you said i decided not to fight and die and from then four word i dutch new amsterdam becomes english new york it was a brief moment that you mentioned in sixteen seventy three seventy four were the dutch sale back in and take over again but then they handed back to the english during peace negotiations and sixteen 74 so you end up having new york as uh as a port city of the british empire british empire but the empires now tangle for the next and sixteen eighty four to seventeen 63 a series of wars chiefly fought between the french and the english and spanish did get involved and they got for always hanging on the side and new york was at the periphery of those but this is a transforming period for new york mentioning william kid captain kid the pirate who founds trinity church who is one of the his whose named in trinity church as one of its founding fathers than as he aimed at a london as a pirate is pirate it is new york a pirate haven at the turn of the century about seventy no one is this a place where bucket of work privateers are welcome yes yet both buchan near then privateers are welcomed by the english authorities at that point and there's there's two important distinction between the.
"trinity church" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Is one of the leading anti semite in this country referred to um judaism as a gutter religion said f healer with a great man has lied about the role jews played in slavery who go on and on and on and on and here are smiling obama years and remember that feira khan is a good friend of obama's pastor reverend jeremiah wright the trinity church has a publication called trump trumpet and trump it gave the baruch on man of the year award and the newspaper big picture of farrakhan on it and i would imagine all the congregants got a picture got a copy of of trumpets old presumably are obama michelle had a copy of that magazine with farrakhan on the cover in embraced by reverend jeremiah wright but to obama purported know nothing at all about jeremiah wright anti semitism had no idea he was doomed bar a minister farrakhan this journalist kept this photograph quiet for thirteen years and it just now revealing it talk about people protecting this man and steel you have a whole bunch of obama lovers talking about how he was demeaned mistreated like nor the president ever has been give me an example well joe wealth in yelled out you lie at the state of the union address that's all you got well mitch mcconnell said that he wants to make president obama one term president you mean and opposition leader opposes the in power party dr that's why call opposition leader and joe wilson apologize at night apologize the next day probably still apologizing that's all you got me while you got journalists like the la times suppressing this video of khalidi because they knew what hurt senator obama's chances of winning meanwhile you've got this journalist scheming on falsely accusing a republican like fred barnes or or karl rove of racism in order to divert attention from the jeremiah wright stuff you have abc nbc cbs li other mainstreamers not even covering jeremiah wright until video surfaced and they could no longer cover it at.
"trinity church" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The family but i have a little trick up my sleeve it's called the subway bail and the subway here's little something people might not know the word sub it's a latin for under it needs it's crazy because they found these these tunnels underground and they built the trains fair they counties incredible tunnel and makes with brad with some and they said when i put some trains underground this was eighteen forty two or something no uh but but the fact of the matter is that i always laugh 'cause people freak out with with the snow and sometimes it's warranted but with the subway eat all you have to do is fight your way through the cold the snow and the wind to the subway when you are the subway go downstairs with subway comes you get on the subway but next thing you know you're at the other end of manhattan island and i came up and trinity church wall street now that church was built in the eighteen century it's a glorious church in the church yard are six signers of the declaration of independence including alexander hamilton a you know it's really historic and beautiful and to see that in the snow i posted on twitter i took a picture of but it with the just the whole thing just getting and you just feel at getting into the studio it's a big accomplishment now uh so this was is going to go on today it's going to be whatever i don't know the accumulations not great but the wind is is pretty incredible but that's another story netted you now you my friend yeah don't live in manhattan as i do i live in there you didn't take the subway all eye how did you make you don't like it may i take the subway once i get the grand central but i come in from terry town and it's very hilly in tarrytown of course i'm walking down the hill there's a bad blizzard all around us and by the way you get up really early as you get any early i do i have to get up at like four in the morning debts now shortlist senate clinton mel but no but i got up at a decent hour this morning but i was really i was one of the few people.
"trinity church" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The family but i have a little trick up my sleeve it's called the subway veil and the subway here's little something people might not know the words sub it's a latin for under it needs it's crazy because they found these these tunnels underground and they've built the trains fair they found these incredible tunnel and makes with rattling some and they say went up put some trains underground this was 1840 two or something no uh but but the fact of the matter is that i always laugh 'cause people freak out with with the snow and sometimes it's warranted but with the subway eat all you have to do is fight your way through the cold the snow and the wind to the subway when he are the subway go downstairs with subway comes you get on the subway but do next thing you know you're at the other end of manhattan island and i came up and trinity church wall street now that church was built in the eighteenth century it's a glorious church in the churchyard are six signers of the declaration of independence including alexander hamilton a you know it's really historic and beautiful and to see that in the snow i posted on twitter i took a picture of but it just the whole thing just getting and you just feel it getting into the studio it's a big accomplishment now uh so this bush is going to go on today it's going to be whatever i don't know the accumulations not great but the wind is is pretty incredible but that's another story netted you now you my friend yeah don't live in manhattan as i do i live in the uae you didn't take the subway all i how did you make it it may i take the subway once i get the grand central but i come in from tarrytown and it's very hilly in tarrytown of course i'm walking down the hill there's a bad blizzard all around us and by the way you get up really early as you get in your earlier do i have to get up to like four in the morning debts now charvis clinton mel but no but i got up at a decent hour this morning but i was really i was one of the few people on.
"trinity church" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Lashed april a rally is being held in wrentham this morning to help end the stigma surrounding opioid addiction wbz's kim color cliff reports hundreds are expected to attend the goal of the no shame rally on the rent than town common to be a voice of support for all of those impacted by the opioid epidemic deputy police chief william mcgrath says he wants to see education compassion and treatment replace the stereotypes in shame that addicts often face to call for them dark except help you begin to realize their education people in the community state people in the country realize illness ilgner the rally as organized by the trinity church in wrentham can tunnicliff wbz news radio ten thirty in arlington a driver is resuscitated after apparently suffering from an overdose the main lost consciousness somehow put the car in reverse and slammed into the driver behind him the incident happened yesterday afternoon just after one pm at the intersection of mystic valley parkway in river street police had to use to doses of mark in an automated external the ferber later to revive him the driver of the other vehicle was not injured the crash remains under investigation wbz news time 1141 it's time now to check sports and we say good morning to chris pharma india's ticket com sports studio chris i am hearing good morning to you as well are the celtics visit old friend kelly olynyk tonight is.