Monthly Archives: February 2016

When Systemic Racism Hits Home

If we are to celebrate Black History Month as a people of faith, we should make sure that history is accurate. Where it is inaccurate, we are obliged to correct it. Mere reconciliation and repentance is not enough, we must … Continue reading

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A Prayer for the Dead and Dying

Tonight I pray for the families of Craig Turski, Gregory Martin and Gus Garcia. Craig and Gregory were senselessly shot down during separate robberies. Gus was convicted of the shooting of Mr. Turski. He was also suspected of the murder … Continue reading

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Racial Bias? Surely not here.

In keeping with the promise made in 2014 and reiterated this month at our meeting of the Racial and Social Justice Task Force , a vital part of Churches Uniting in Christ ecumenical gathering of 10 mainline Protestant denominations, it … Continue reading

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