Sunday Service: “Hope in Unexpected Places on World Semicolon Day”

April 16 is World Semicolon Day. Project Semicolon was founded in 2013 by Amy Bleuel when, after the death of her father, she posted a picture of her new semicolon tattoo and wrote, “A semicolon is used when an author could’ve chosen to end their sentence but chose not to. The author is you, and the sentence is your life.” Join Diane Wright as we share stories of hope and support from Project Semicolon and other organizations that work to build connection and hope and prevent suicide. Service leader: Patty Klingenberg. Children’s RE: Class/Activity in lower level during the service.