Frenchye Magee, Steve Blons, Kent Peterson
Happy New Year!
A new year…a new season…a new opportunity to consider the ways in which God speaks through the Christ-event and beyond. We begin this year in Sacred Journey with a focus on Epiphany (the season of light) and epiphanies (those moments of enlightenment and clarity that illuminate our lives and point us farther along the way of growth and goodness).
Our new worship series centered around the seminal book by Jim Wallis,
Racism: America’s Original Sin,
will offer us the opportunity to experience these moments as a community and as individuals. We’ll begin this week with acknowledgment—that there are no simple, solitary answers to the persistent presence of racism—that our life as people of faith calls us beyond emotionality to spiritual transformation—and that our work is worthy of the discomfort that always accompanies real change.
Frenchye, Steve, and Kent will share The Story together and take on the role of guiding us into the questions and conversations that allow us to worship well, maintain our center, dig deeply into new ground, and plant seeds of love and justice while we pray for a harvest of peace for all God’s people. All are welcome to join the journey!