We will know the power of Christ’s reconciling love, the power of Christ’s outstretched arms, when we know that Jesus’ saving embrace saves us by identifying with those who suffer. The Rector preaches about lynching, victims, impunity, and James Cone.
Don’t let God’s name be defined by hate and fear. The world needs more generous words about God. The God we speak of, the One we pray to in this place, our God blesses life in all its diversity. God works for liberation for ALL people. The world needs more words about the God of forgiveness and love, the God who invites us to grow up. Say the word “God.”
https://youtu.be/1VX06HJwEcs And so we have come to the end. One last Sunday we sing our Alleluias. We shout with a special measure of joy, because we know what is coming. On Wednesday we will return to church, the clergy will smear ashes on foreheads. We will remember we are dust, to dust we shall return.... Continue Reading →