"People Matter Most" tells the story, in song and pictures, of how the coronavirus pandemic affected Hope House in Lewiston, Maine. A diverse neighborhood rallies to share food and other essentials, to get each other through.
See some staff at a 6-12-20 Lewiston protest, holding sign "Building a Community of Unity" on the 2 mile march through L/A. Best seen at start and about 14 min. into it the Lewiston Sun Journal coverage.
Awards are being given out to all Hope House Staff who have assisted the center during this 2020 global pandemic, by selflessly enabling needed services to continue.
Good things are happening in Lewiston, see 2 recent articles in the Lewiston Sun Journal.
A song to comfort the many who've lost loved ones. Dedicated to 2 faithful supporters of Hope House: Jan's mom, Eileen, and Chaoluan, wife of Pastor Pan. And thanks to Zac & Noah Willson for guitar work (Zac) & drums ( Noah). Song by Jan Willson, recording by Bruce.
"That's What Neighbors Do" is a sequel video to "People Matter Most". It shows that being neighborly isn't just a "nice" idea. It's what helps diverse families survive the hardships of 2020. New friendships thrive, and helping each other becomes much more obvious. All on College St. in Lewiston, Maine can see that's what neighbors do.
Check out these videos!
Get your COVID vaccination, Bruce & Jan have! If you need help, call Maine's Community Vaccine Hotline, 888-445-4111
Amidst the snow and sub-freezing temperatures of winter, Maine's birds show amazing resilience! Are they mindful of something we forget??
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Our beloved friend of Hope House, Pastor Dick Freeman, moved to his eternal home on Aug. 6, 2022. He lovingly served and encouraged us in so many ways, especially with his warm smile and heartfelt prayers. We pray God's comfort for his wife, and our friend, Elaine.
at our Foamily Support Center, 91 College St., Lewiston, Maine