You also gave me the opportunity to experience a vibrant, welcoming and curious church, a church that allows you to question things, a church where the non-believer can be honest, a church where you listen to each other. You are a church that takes the risk of opening itself to the neighborhood. All these things can’t be taken for granted – they are really rare in all the churches I’ve been to in different countries.
We share a faith tradition that has been “embodied” from its inception; encouraging, even urging us to not isolate or disconnect ourselves so that through one another and our collective experience of life, we can wade through anguish and despair with the trust that at some point we’ll know the love of our Creator
Recently I was meeting with a small group from the Ministry of Adult Faith Formation as we began looking at an exciting series of worship and adult offerings for September and October on the topic of “Evolutionary Christianity.” (EC) Bruce Sanguin, in an introduction to the DVD we’ll be using this fall writes, “Our ancestors […]