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New Artist-in-Residence Series: Featuring Female Artists of Color

November 23, 2020

Reservoir Member Yawa Degboe leads a new artists' project with a two-fold purpose:  Explore art by female artists of color, who traditionally have been overlooked by art institutions Support girls of color, who traditionally have been overlooked by the educational system, to develop critical thinking, visual literacy, communication and..

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Steve and Team Eagles’ Wings featured in North Shore newspaper

October 5, 2020

This weekend, in honor of the Samaritans' 5K Walk/Run for suicide prevention, the Wicked Local Hamilton newspaper featured Steve Watson's individual run. Together with Steve, they discussed the motivations for his personal involvement and the fundraising efforts of Reservoir. Reservoir Church's Team Eagles' Wings has participated for the last several years in Samaritans' 5K, in honor of member ..

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Reservoir Team Eagle’s Wings Partners for Samaritans 5K

September 28, 2020

Reservoir supports Samaritans in the work of suicide prevention. For the sixth straight year, Reservoir members have run with and supported Team Eagle's Wings as part of the Samaritans 5K. In order to respect social distancing guidelines for Massachusetts this year, team members raised funds and independently ran a 5K the weekend of September 26-27. Thanks to senior pastor Steve Watson for lead..

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Driving Families Forward Brings Advocates Together

September 24, 2020

Saturday, September 26, 2:00 pm Lydia Shiu, pastor from Reservoir Church, will speak at the march and rally supporting immigrants obtaining driver's licenses. She is representing Reservoir, the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization, and a voice for clergy and faith in solidarity with this effort to hold our elected officials accountable. The march will begin at the Registry of Motor Vehicle..

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Red Cross Donations Continue in Sanctuary

September 14, 2020

Reservoir's sanctuary has served as a Red Cross donation site since March 23. Recently, we received this summary of collections: 19 blood drives. 692 units collected. 2,076 patients helped. Said James Gallant of the local Red Cross chapter, "Unbelievable." Thank you donors, volunteers, and Red Cross for the chance to partner to save lives this year!..

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