Dear Lakeshore, As many of you have heard, I plan to spend my 4th of July walking around Lake Merritt seven times. My walk is a form of prayer and of protest, acknowledging the many ways the U.S. government is … Continue reading July 4, 2018Continue reading →
Dear Lakeshore, As most of you know, I traveled to Palestine/Israel last fall as part of an international delegation working for a World Without Walls. My trip was organized by Stop the Wall, a Palestinian grassroots network supporting people who have … Continue reading An Invitation from Pastor AllisonContinue reading →
This Sunday marks the end of the Easter season – a seven week period of remembering the journey of Jesus’ followers as they encountered the Risen Christ and sought to make sense of the resurrection. The gospels record multiple resurrection … Continue reading Easter Gives Way to PentecostContinue reading →
A sermon of story and song – we will celebrate the stories of our faith and God’s vision for a world of unity, justice and compassion.
Something happened to the followers of Jesus after his crucifixion. Something that catalyzed them into a community, that set in motion a movement that has influenced the life of the world. Mystery is involved, a mystery I don’t confess to … Continue reading Easter Reflection – by Dale EdmondsonContinue reading →
From God’s Point of View I created a paradise and, within this paradise, an incredible garden. I placed my most beloved creation, people, as caretakers. The garden was self sustaining and required no work. It provided everything the caretakers needed … Continue reading Easter Reflection – by Leon TaylorContinue reading →