Love Undocumented Discussion

80307_tJoin us on Monday, July 16 at 6:30 p.m. for a discussion with author Sarah Quezada, who recounted her and her husband’s experiences navigating the U.S. immigration system as a mixed status couple.

As a young Christian, Sarah Quezada had a heart for social justice. She was also blissfully unaware of the real situations facing today’s immigrants. Until she met

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Sermon: The Greatest! Shrub! … of All!

In America, bigger is always better. But in the parable of the mustard seed, Jesus tells us that God uses what is small, weak and broken in the world, and when the time is right grows it into something big, and with an evasive power.

There are some lessons we get from scripture that are obvious. But in other instances, … Read the rest

Sermon: The Courage to Change

“The Courage to Change”
Sermon by The Rev. Lisa Caine
Matthew 14:22-33
February 22, 2015

Audio for this sermon is unavailable.

Lent is traditionally a time of taking inventory of our lives and preparing for a rededication of ourselves to God. This inventory involves identifying those barriers of thought and action that keep us from being the person God intends … Read the rest

Lenten Devotional: Feb. 19, 2015

Feb. 19, 2015
by Jamie Calkin

When I felt secure, I said,    ‘I will never be shaken.’ Psalm 30:6

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Lisa’s sermon on Sunday of Mark’s story (1:40-45) of Jesus healing the leper helped me a lot this week. It helped me to think about my efforts in our university of faith small group on ‘Welcoming the stranger.’ We are exploring … Read the rest