Category Archives: Church
Christ sang to me today through Mandy’s beautiful voice, and later in the sermon Christ spoke a word to my condition.
At Linda’s church she has turned a corner of their sanctuary into a children’s area where they remain as their parents and grandparents worship. This space is where the organ used to be, to the right of the lectern. An … Continue reading
Jacci Turner on five reasons people get turned off by church and Christianity. 1. Christianity got hijacked in the 70s and 80s by the Moral Majority as a right wing political movement and they “don’t want to be painted with … Continue reading
A long Saturday. Assisting with the SERRV Shop in the morning, officiating at a funeral in the afternoon, and helping decorate the church in the evening. Plus a hospital visit. Thus a busy month begins. I started using a new … Continue reading
Elaine Robinson attended the General Conference of the United Methodist Church, a quadrennial assembly that ended last week. From the brief accounts I have read, it was a fractured and frustrating experience for most delegates. Here is her reflection: Yet, … Continue reading
[Jill Carattini writes about silence in Holy Week, focusing on Holy Saturday. I took James Loder, whom she references, for a psychology class at Princeton.] The Silence Is Not Empty Gordon Hempton is of the opinion that you can count … Continue reading