We will be offering a virtual journey through the Stations of the Cross in our live-streamed service.
The Neighbor to Neighbor ministry's goal is to connect Highrockers with opportunities to serve with our neighbors in the community.
Each week, we collect and deliver food to Arlington residents living in low income housing as a way of serving and getting to know our neighbors better. With the help of Panera and Food Link, we get high quality, nutritious food that would otherwise be wasted to residents of Menotomy Manor.
Many hands make light work! Every summer, Highrockers across the Highrock Network head out in the community to help make our neighborhoods a better place to work and play. We've partnered with the students and faculty of Arlington High School to get the building and grounds ready for fall, helped out at soup kitchens and food pantries, removed litter from city streets, and have worked with park services to clear hiking paths and clean invasive plants out of rivers.
Arlington is a bike-friendly community, and many living here bike to work or school. Every summer, Highrockers and other community volunteers host a bike tune-up clinic where Menotomy Manor residents can get their bikes repaired at no cost. Thanks to the donations of local sponsors, many young residents have also received free helmets to promote bike safety!
These are just some of the ways that you can lend your talents and time to serve others. Have an idea of how you'd like to contribute? Interested in joining a team or event? Reach out to the Neighbor to Neighbor Ministry Director, Joe Marcucci, at email@example.com