“Do you still believe the church has power?” said the Rev. Martha Simmons at the 9:15 a.m. morning worship service
“What matters to you as a person of faith today?” said the Rev. Martha Simmons. “Black lives matter.” Simmons delivered
A young seminarian asked how long should a sermon be. “The length of a woman’s skirt,” said the Rev. Martha Simmons
“There are too many poor folk out doing the hard fighting,” said the Rev. Martha Simmons. “We — you and
“The question I seek to answer this week is ‘What matters?’ ” said the Rev. Martha Simmons at the 9:15 a.m.
The Rev. Martha Simmons, an associate minister at Rush Memorial United Church of Christ in Atlanta, will be the chaplain
“If I have a primary subject for my sermon today, it is this: It’s time to light up the world house,” said the Rev. Bernice A. King at the 10:45 a.m. Sunday morning worship service in the Amphitheater. “I want to concentrate on the first seven words of Matthew 5:14: You are the light of the world.”
“The thing about arguing is that you don’t just do it, you see it, everyone sees it,” said the Rev.
“Here is something for you to think about over lunch: What would Jesus do if you invited him to lunch?”
“Jesus and his disciples are on their way to Jerusalem and all it entails,” said the Rev. Anna Carter Florence