….thanks for voicing reality....
I loved the way you're "composing" the online service. Having the two priests outdoors is not just lovely but also safe, and having clips of the choir from prior services is really smart. Today's sermon (6/14) was excellent - I even took notes. :) I have been disgruntled with worshiping in Phoenix, AZ (my hometown) for some time now, and one of the blessings of this pandemic is that I've been able to worship in far-flung locales, particularly: Trinity Wall Street, Washington National Cathedral, and now here. Thank you.
A peaceful protest, shalom. How do we go forward, without placquards and bullhorns, and without decreasing police budgets, to get all affected people to listen!?
Hi Bill. We do need to keep the conversation going and to keep talking to our loved ones and neighbors so that all of us can take part in this important call for justice and change. That's one of the hopes with our Sacred Ground curriculum...want to join us? :)
The litany of mercy is powerful and evocative. Very much needed in these tender times.
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