Outreach: Summer Solidarity Project
Mr. Alvin Brown, of New Bremen shared with students during Vacation Bible School how the monarch butterfly needs milk weed, a native Ohio pollinator, to survive. Mr Brown collects monarch caterpillars and protects them from their predators until they get their wings, at which time the Butterfly is released. In this photo, a monarch hatched overnight and was released during VBS at St Michael. Thank you, Mr. Brown for sharing how you care for God's Creation, and how we should take care for our common home.
Seeds of pollinator flowers that are native to Ohio are available at the entrances of both churches through July or until supplies last. Pick up your pack and plant today!
Click here Video on the Monarch Butterfly
Click here 2018 Flyer Migrating Monarch Butterfly
2017 Flyer The Right To Read and to Dream in El Salvador
2016 Flyer The English Program in El Salvador
2015 Flyer Computers for our Sister Parish