Advent. The familiar word comes from Adventus, the Latin for “coming.” The Israelites anticipated the coming of their Messiah—a Savior who would rescue them from centuries of brutality and captivity. Today, we anticipate the coming of Jesus, born in a manger in the most undignified of ways. Jesus—a Savior who is Christ the Lord. A […]

Posted by KC Walsh on 11.20.12 under Advent with No Comments on .

Sharon’s reflections after MLK Day

As I continue to reflect on the recent MLK services, I am reminded once again that racial reconciliation is a process that involves honesty, education, grace, & letting go of systematic and personal power. During our time in between services, I experienced a handful of honest conversations with my brothers & sisters in the choir. […]

Posted by Aaron Niequist on 01.22.11 under Events, Uncategorized with 6 Comments on Sharon’s reflections after MLK Day.