God’s Tapestry

Remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In the coming days, millions will remember Dr. King, who did much in his life in the name of Jesus and for the welfare of all beloved children of God. As we consider the parts that we each might take on the trek to reconciliation, let us pray, reflect, and act courageously in ways that will point to change.

Marching to the Polls – by Parishioner Walt Hutchinson

Fellow Episcopalian Bill Bishop penned The Big Sort, a fascinating work describing the increased clustering of America into like-minded communities, in 2008 following years of observation and social science research.  Startling demographic data reveal that over the past several decades, Americans have situated themselves into sameness at increased rates.  It’s happening with little regard as …

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Bloody July

The days immediately following July 4 left the nation wounded, heartbroken, and unsettled. On July 5, a police officer in Baton Rouge shot and killed Alton Sterling after pinning him to the ground. Alton had been selling DVDs outside a convenience store. On July 6, a police officer in a suburb of St. Paul shot …

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