In the wake of murderous acts in Pittsburgh, the bombing in the Philippines, the deadly terror in Christchurch, black churches set ablaze in Louisiana, the bombing in Sri Lanka — our beloved city now finds its name among the growing list of places where religious houses of worship were targeted by those who harbor hate. […]
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Recently our congregation paused in worship to consecrate the new African American Ecumenical Hymnal–One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism for corporate worship. In thanking the Diaconate whose dedicated vision, energy, study and resources made the new hymnal available for use in our congregation, we also gave thanks for the wider ecumenical church–consisting of composers, poets, […]
Harriett Martineau once said, We do not believe in immortality because we can prove it, but we try to prove it because we cannot help believing it. To be certain, there are things in science that we do not believe because we can prove them, yet there is an endless pursuit to keep trying to […]