This summer we are offering three labyrinth walks utilizing our Friendship Hall. While this experience is new to many people, it is an ancient practice of ‘walking prayer.’ Walking the labyrinth is a time to slow down and pay attention to what your life is saying. Because there are no “tricks” to walking the labyrinth […]
I have a love/hate relationship with the psalms in our Old Testament. I value the breadth of emotions written in these poems and songs. I value the ability of people to pray whatever is on their heart – their joy, their confusion, and their anger…On the other hand, some of these psalms seem petty, spiteful and downright racist.
Text: Acts 2:1-21 -The Coming of the Holy Spirit We are celebrating the day of Pentecost – that early church gathering signifying the ‘birth’ day of the church – in part because Jews gathered in Jerusalem from around the world all heard the gospel in their own language. The power of one’s own language. […]