Updates on our activities and progress.
Gathering the Gardeners
Published on March 31, 2023 by Rev. Drew Stever
Summary: After hearing the needs expressed by members in Koinonia Mutual Aid, we recognize the need to form a leadership pod to help sustain this work. As we do that, we want to hear from you all. How do you want this forme...
Growing the Garden
Published on March 23, 2023 by Rev. Drew Stever
The temptation is to move into scarcity mode, but the reality is that people's needs are being met. We began 2023 with roughly $4,000 in the Open Collective pot, and with in the first 3 months, we have distributed roughly $3,000 to members...
A Special Thank You to Our Organizational Supporters
Published on January 12, 2023 by Rev. Drew Stever
Happy New Year! I hope this new year has greeted you with gentleness and ease. It can be so tempting to want to rush into the year head on with 25 to-do lists. So - may there be rest, softness, and space for dreaming. I wanted to take a mom...
Koinonia 2022 What's Update!
Published on December 21, 2022 by Rev. Drew Stever
2022 - whew. That happened. For better or for worse, if you're reading this, you've made it. You're still here. You're still healing. We are so proud of you. As we look back on this year, we reflect on all that we've accomplished (it's a lo...
Welcome to Koinonia Mutual Aid!
Published on March 30, 2022 by Sister Kelly Tazuko Marciales
Beloveds~ Welcome to Koinonia Mutual Aid! This is a season of beta testing for three months, so we encourage you to not only donate what you can but to submit receipts for reimbursement, apply for direct cash aid through the hardship grant,...
Koinonia is ALIVE!
Published on March 24, 2022 by Sister Kelly Tazuko Marciales
“Mutual aid...means that every participant is both giver and recipient in acts of care that bind them together, as distinct from the one-way street of charity.” ― Rebecca Solnit, ...