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Statement that Black Lives Matter
Our welcome statement affirms people from all genders, ethnicities, races, sexualities, and more. Therefore, we naturally stand with marginalized people affected especially by extra-judicial violence. Especially we stand with black lives affected by violence.
Our worship series from October 25 to November 22, 2020, is "Everyday Saints: Faithfulness in the Day-to-Day". We are using stories of faithfulness in scripture and in real life as we welcome these speakers:
Rev. Dr. Bill Mefford, Author: Author of The Fig Tree Revolution: Unleashing Local Churches into the Mission of Justice
Karina O'Malley: Worked at The Sophia Way and is vital to local church homeless ministry
Chris Hoke: Director of Underground Ministries connecting to incarcerated people
Rev. Richenda Fairhurst: Steward of Climate at Circle Faith Future connecting to build communal care for interrupting the climate crisis
Rev. Izzy Alvaran: Community Organizer for Reconciling Ministries Network connecting to people for LGBTQIA2S+ inclusion
Bible and Book Study
Starting November 8th and going through January 24, we will be doing the video study, "Guided by Grace, Love & Light: Opening Up Into Ourselves." We will be exploring what it means to live into the God qualities of grace, love, and light as liberating messengers from God.
SESSION ONE // Massive Living Program with Juanita Rasmus SESSION TWO // The Reciprocity of Love with James Finley SESSION THREE // Love Inventors with Maggy Barankise SESSION FOUR // All is Grace with Brennon Manning SESSION FIVE // Enjoying God’s Pleasures with Richard Twiss SESSION SIX // Live Loved with Sara Bessey SESSION SEVEN // Behold What You Are with Paul Fromberg SESSION EIGHT // God Light with John Phillip Newell SESSION NINE // Eucharistic Love with Cynthia Bourgault SESSION TEN // Love-Pusher with Rudy Rasmus SESSION ELEVEN // Loved Back to Life with Nadia Bolz-Weber SESSION TWELVE // Grace for One Day with Wm. Paul Young