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For Lent this year, a group of us is reading Rachel Held Evans’ book Searching for Sunday. I’ve read it before, of course. But one of the joys of having a book group for Lent is that I get to re-read it… carefully… with and eye toward talking about it. And one of the things
Faith in Motion is a an eight week series that includes activities, discussion, and fun for students from 2nd through 7th grade. And the spring 2019 sessions begin on Wednesday, March 27! The spring theme is “Lean on Me”. We will discuss and explore all the great people these kids have to lean on, including
Sunday sermon preview: If the church, at its best, is a recovery group for struggling and imperfect people—if church is a recovery group for sinners—then one of the things that we do during Lent is make a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves.
A simple truth: someone else having enough does not hurt me. There’s an episode of The Simpsons where Lisa, the smart and justice-oriented daughter of the title family accuses her hapless and dimwitted dad, Homer, or being jealous of Apu, the proprietor of the local Kwik-E-Mart, for… reasons. And Homer replies, “I’m not jealous, I’m
Welcome to Lent. Lent is a strange season. Last week, I told you that it is traditionally a time of fasting and repentance. It is a time to think about who we are and who God wants us to be and how we get from the former to the latter. It is a time of
The Extravagant Welcome committee is sponsoring a trip to the Putnam Museum’s exhibit Race: Are We So Different? on April 7, 2019 from 1pm to 3pm. The afternoon will include time in the exhibit and time in a discussion group facilitated by a Putnam volunteer. The cost to participate is only $9! The Extravagant Welcome committee