Moderator and panelists will speak frankly about their own experiences as people of color, and will explore ways to learn how we can embrace each other regardless of color, economic status.
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Come and have your own Holy Week experience, making a pilgrimage to the stations of the cross before you lead others in Holy Week.
Each year for Lent, SFTS gathers a community of writers to engage Scripture and write daily devotions around a shared theme, “A Listening Way.”
The new thing that God is doing is inviting us to imagine economics that end the exploitation of all of creation, including humanity.
In Advent, we live in hope and joy, knowing that our God is capable of all things and that restoration is at hand.
In response to the question “Who are you?,” the Word turns the interrogation on its head.
Waiting in community as sorrow turns to joy.
Today, what will you do to turn the world toward kindness?
In the shadow of death, we are not alone.
Whose voice will you listen to today?
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