“Do you still believe the church has power?” said the Rev. Martha Simmons at the 9:15 a.m. morning worship service
“The question I seek to answer this week is ‘What matters?’ ” said the Rev. Martha Simmons at the 9:15 a.m.
“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
“Let’s just say it: This Scripture makes church folk look bad,” said the Rev. Anna Carter Florence at the 9:15
In 2014, the Rev. James Walters fulfilled a desire to visit Belgium and, specifically, the Ghent Altarpiece in the Cathedral of Saint Bavo.
“People say that religion and politics don’t mix, but that is a point of view I don’t have much time
In June 2015, the 230 congregations of the Roman Catholic diocese of Cologne, Germany, rang a bell peal of 100
“We all know that the best things come about by accident,” said the Rev. James Walters at the 10:45 a.m. Sunday morning worship and sermon in the Amphitheater. “Think of Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin, or when John Pemberton mixed coca leaves and kola nuts to make Coca-Cola. Fifteen centuries ago, Benedict of Nursia went to the desert to pray and founded a religious community that rebuilt Western civilization after the fall of Rome.”