Monthly Archives: August 2017

A Time To Mourn and a Time To Dance

My friends, I am still in deep mourning over Charlottesville and the evil manifested there. But as I often have occasion to say during worship services, “We are a large family, and even as we mourn with some we celebrate with others.”

Today there is reason to put on our dancing […]

A Time To Mourn and a Time To Dance2017-08-16T14:43:31-05:00

Oh God, How Long?

Talk about abominations. In one day both our nation and our state collude to deny the dignity and worth of transgender persons. How can this be? What do we do? When will it stop?

 

I haven’t even reached a point yet in which I can begin to formulate a plan of […]

Oh God, How Long?2017-08-09T12:16:41-05:00

After PULSE, MCC Clergy Bring Hope and Healing

On a warm spring morning just over a year ago, we were about to begin our 9:00 worship service when a terrible story began to unfold in news feeds and on Facebook. Only a few hours before, Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old security guard, killed 49 people and wounded 58 others in […]

After PULSE, MCC Clergy Bring Hope and Healing2017-08-09T12:12:11-05:00