When the pandemic started, Greg Woods picked up knitting again to get through Zoom meetings. It is through this medium, Greg has rediscovered a way to settle into worship amid his own fidgety self.
Bring your own fiber art, or if you don't have one, bring something that you can do with your hands in a meditative practice. We will reflect on fiber arts and the practice of centering into worship.
Greg Woods first learned how to knit as a teenager to make a scarf for a crush. Since that time, he has made scarves, hats, and dish clothes for family and friends. Lately, he has been knitting baby blankets and stuff for his 4 1/2-year-old daughter, Margaret Rae. Greg is a Quaker minister currently working for Friends Meeting at Cambridge and lives with his family in the Allston neighborhood of Boston.