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The Gospel of John and The Secret of Christmas
January 4, 2018
Mary Magdalene was the most important woman disciple in the movement of Jesus. The tradition labeled her a prostitute, but there is nothing in the Bible to support this view and much to dispute it. Many false ideas about Magdalene persist today.
A Service for Justice and Peace
September 24, 2017
We invite you to join with us as we unite clergy, laity, choirs, dancers, musicians, poets, orchestras of brass and steel from different faiths as full and equal participants praying for Peace and Justice in this World.
The Resurrection Experience
April 24, 2017
On Friday afternoon, Joseph of Arimathea completed his task of burying the Lord. The women who no doubt began their task of embalming the body returned on the first day of the week to complete the anointing of the body. They were unable to complete this task before the Sabbath.
A Christmas Reflection - Hope for the Homeless and Displaced
December 28, 2016
The story of Christmas witnesses and gives hope to the homeless and displaced of the world. The tragic events unfolding in places like Aleppo, Mosul and Yemen remind us that Mary and Joseph became displaced and homeless persons who sought ...
Fake News and the Myths and Challenges of the Information Society
November 30, 2016
Over the last 30 years or so our society has been profoundly impacted by the explosion of digital and communications technology. The economy, education, health and even the political system have been deeply transformed by an information revolution.
Christian Stewardship Should be About More than Just Money
July 5, 2016
Christian Stewardship is an important, biblical and theological concept. The word stewardship is derived from the Greek word oikonómos which means the manager (or steward) of the household or of household affairs.