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Holy Week (Prison Ministries and Homelessness Task Force) Reflecting on the Palm/Passion Gospels for March 28: Mark 11:1-11 and Mark 14:1 – 15:47 ~ The Rev. Richard Jorgensen DEM, The Rev. Matthew Best ~

Crucifixion was a form of execution which was meant to invoke fear and despair. It was one of the ways Rome

Week Five (Disability, Mental Health, and Recovery Ministries) Reflecting on the RCL Texts for March 21 ~ The Rev. Molly Haggerty, Deacon Marsha Roscoe ~

Reflecting on Psalms 51:1-12 Anyone who has experienced depression, anxiety, mental illness, or who has cared for someone suffering from mental

Week Four (AMPARRO / Immigration) Reflecting on the Gospel for March 14: John 3:14-21 ~ The Rev. Daniel Long, The Rev. Dr. Charles H. Oberkehr ~

What great news!! God loves the world so much God gave their only son, not to condemn but to save!! That

Week Three (LAMPa of LSS/Advocacy Ministries) Reflecting on the Gospel for March 7: John 2:13-22 ~ The Rev. Tim Seitz-Brown, The Rev. Eric Anderson ~

There is “retributive justice,” that uses violence to punish. And there is “restorative justice,” that seeks to heal brokenness and make

Week Two (Toward Racial Justice Task Force) Reflecting on the Gospel for February 28: Mark 8:31-38 ~ The Rev. Tim Seitz-Brown, The Rev. Beth Martini, Stacy Shroeder ~

Jesus refined being “first” and being “great” in a world where the Roman Empire laid claim to both titles, delivering peace

Week One (LGBTQIA+ Affirming Ministries) Reflecting on the Gospel for February 21: Mark 1:9-15 ~ The Rev. Carla Christopher Wilson, The Rev. Joel Folkemer ~

Here we go again; Jesus defying social norms, laying waste to expectations, and placing himself outside of what society and religious

Ash Wednesday (Hunger Ministries) Reflecting on the Gospel for Ash Wednesday: Mark 6:1-6, 16-21 ~ Bishop Jim Dunlop, Andrea Oslikova ~

As bishop, I have been to almost all our congregations on a Sunday morning. One of the great joys of this

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