Why Are We Still Masking?

I’ve been asked that question by some of you.  I responded to a version of the same question earlier this week when talking with a clergy colleague.  It was a helpful conversation.  It required me to articulate some of my reasons.  My responses were these:  We are...

Our Work of Anti-Racism

A panel of three faith leaders answers questions on their 1) perspectives about the hindrances to anti-racism in 2021, 2) experiences of being a Black person in Iowa, 3) the influences of faith and the Christian tradition on anti-racism work, 4) anti-racist actions...

Our Work of Anti-Racism

A panel of three faith leaders answers questions on their 1) perspectives about the hindrances to anti-racism in 2021, 2) experiences of being a Black person in Iowa, 3) the influences of faith and the Christian tradition on anti-racism work, 4) anti-racist actions...

Now concerning…

Several times over the past year and a half, a snippet of a scripture has come to mind.  I haven’t really pursued it in any of the newsletter articles I’ve written or reflections I’ve preached.  It is sort of a meandering and difficult to follow passage from some of...

Communion May 2nd

  During this week’s online and in-person worship services we will be celebrating communion. If you are planning on worshipping in-person, the communion liturgy will be included as a part of the worship service and will be towards the end of the service. ...