April 28, 2024 — Dr. Kristen Daley Mosier

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When my colleague and I traveled out to Flint, we had already read some of the horrific stories of people getting sick and dying, of city and state government officials maligning the residents, and of the history of the river itself contaminated in many different ways. What we encountered when we went there was a community that acted out of their understanding of the gospel to love and serve the world. … Read More

April 14, 2024 — The Rev Canon Britt Olson

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Most of us are wounded.  Most of us hide our wounds.  We carry around our shame, grief and blame secretly.  When we feel wronged and are suffering from an injustice we are like the psalmist who cries out, “How long, you people, shall my honor suffer shame?  How long will you love vain words, and seek after lies?”… Read More

April 7, 2024 — Rev Danáe Ashley

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How then, do we heal? What do we do with the wounds? In our Eucharistic Prayer C we proclaim together, “By his wounds, we are healed.” Jesus appeared to the disciples in the Upper Room with his wounds saying, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I send you.” God has sent Jesus to them—to us—with his wounds in the ongoingness of life after trauma and death.… Read More

March 10, 2024 — Rev. Mary Petty Anderson

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All of which brings me to the book of Numbers, fourth book in the Old Testament, not your typical Bible hotspot. Now we’re here with serpents in the wilderness and being bitten, people dying, in an exodus from slavery. We are present in the company of Moses: “So Moses made a serpent of bronze, and put it on a pole, and whenever a serpent bit someone, that person would look at the serpent of bronze and live.” What an amazing story. Where did that come from?… Read More

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