Editor, The controversy over the proposed homeless shelter in Laguna Canyon carries me back to a similar situation more than 25 years ago when Friendship Shelter first got started. We had been running a temporary shelter at St. Mary’s, organized by Rev. Colin Henderson and staffed by a handful of volunteers, but finally the church […]
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Village Laguna will honor the Rev. Colin Henderson and former council member Verna Rollinger at its Villagers of the Year celebration on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. in the garden of Bill and Lynda Sharp. Henderson, a resident since ’85, previously served as an Anglican priest in England. Here, he established […]
The public is invited to hear the Rev. Colin Henderson speak on “The Dignity of Difference” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, at the Unitarian Universalists, Cypress Drive. Henderson will reflect on Rabbi Jonathan Sacks’ book by that name, which addresses the issue of whether religions can become a force for peace rather than conflict. […]
Over a cup of coffee in Heisler Park last week, Charles “Cowboy” Conwell plucked a “holy” card from his wallet and presented it to Barbara McMurray, a Laguna Beach resident and homeless advocate. The card was embellished with a Jesus-like figure pointing the way to a sailor struggling in high seas. “It was one of […]