Generated from a lively adult bible class discussion, where is the hope when in the Old Testament and the New we see the words “the poor you will always have with you?”
Like the power of the cross, a symbol of unspeakable pain, to save us, there are many things in life that make no sense.
One of the most basic ways of describing the work of Jesus is to say that he formed a community.
The work of Bayard Rustin, an organizational genius, was essential in the ministry of Dr. King.
For Jesus, baptism was a way of identifying with the people he intended to love and values he intended to live.
Like the Magi who returned home by a different road and the Holy Family who journeyed into Egypt, our journeys are marked by both hope and uncertainty.
Pastors Jim and Allison talk with the kids (and the congregation) about the ways we can be a part of the Christmas story.
Three short meditations on Mary by Pastor Jim, Pastor Allison and Minister Sandra.
Angels are messengers from God. Do they ever wonder if their boss knows what she/he is doing?
Zechariah learned one of the chief lessons of life, faith and Advent – there is a time for keeping silence.