There is nothing ordinary about the times we're living in. The right to breathe is being threatened: by police violence, by COVID-19, by the pollution of our atmosphere. In this month as we celebrate Pride and transition to what the Church calls Ordinary Time, we need to take extraordinary measures to listen to communities of color and honor their experiences with justice; we need to keep practicing sacred distancing and taking measures to keep the most vulnerable from harm's way; we need to give urgent attention to the cries of the planet, coming to us as extreme weather and warming temperatures--in every case, the right to breathe is at stake, first for the marginalized, ultimately for everyone. Image by anna reishus
May 03, 2020
We are about the work of resurrecting one another! As we honor the lives of the most vulnerable by following guidelines for staying at home, wearing face coverings, and avoiding in person gatherings, we continue to gather online, hold each other and the world in prayer, and listen for the guidance of the Holy Spirit in this challenging time. To join Sunday services or receive updates, email firstname.lastname@example.org for information. God's peace be with you.
Light Resists Darkness...Community Celebration
December 15, 2019
Join us Sunday afternoon to celebrate the light and our community, with food, stories, art and songs!
Broom Tree Gallery and Garden 2720 Ditmars Boulevard