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.
When someone we love is suffering, a gentle word, a gentle touch or a gentle silence can be a great mercy.
One of the pleas that Professor Bowler made to well-meaning friends as she faced the possibility that she might not live to see her two-year-old son turn three was, “Do not pour your certainty on my suffering.”
We love to tell ourselves that the world is ultimately fair. We try to convince ourselves that we can curate our lives, minimize our losses and stand on our own successes. We need to quit lying to ourselves.
The women who went to anoint Jesus body in the tomb thought they were going to a wake. Instead, they found themselves invited to an uprising.
There are four accounts of Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Each of them gives us some unique insight into the significance of that first Palm Sunday. We will pay close attention to what Mark has to teach us.
Sandra Lee tells us what it means to her to be: a woman, a woman of faith and woman called to ministry.
LeAnn Flesher tells us what it means to her to be: a woman, a woman of faith and woman called to ministry.
Allison Tanner tells us what it means to her to be: a woman, a woman of faith and woman called to ministry.
As he led the people out of Egypt, Moses learned that there were times he needed to walk with the people and times he needed to stand alone.