Pastor’s Message: July 31, 2020

A MESSAGE FROM REV. J.C. AUSTIN: GETTING IN GOOD TROUBLE As I’ve mentioned in a few sermons, the concept of “home” is a little complicated for me. I was born in Tennessee but have no memory of those years; I moved around several times in my preschool years. I spent...

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Pastor’s Message: July 24, 2020

A MESSAGE FROM REV. J.C. AUSTIN: The Work Continues On Tuesday evening, we concluded the initial offering of our 21-Day Racial Justice Immersion Project with a Zoom gathering of participants to reflect on what they had experienced, and to consider possible next steps in their own ministry of antiracism and...

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Pastor’s Message: July 17, 2020

A MESSAGE FROM REV. J.C. AUSTIN: Advent in July This has been a particularly difficult week for many people, which is saying something, given the challenges of an average week these past few months. The recent resurgence of the virus throughout most of the country has been disconcerting, particularly since...

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Pastor’s Message: July 10, 2020

A MESSAGE FROM REV. J.C. AUSTIN: Catching a Second Wind Today is more or less the halfway point in the inaugural period of our 21-Day Racial Justice Immersion Project, which we launched on July 1. This project is the next step in our congregation’s racial justice ministry, which really began...

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Pastor’s Message: July 3, 2020

A MESSAGE FROM ELDER PHYLLIS WALKER: 224th PCUSA GENERAL ASSEMBLY Phyllis represented our congregation at the most recent gathering, and shares this report. If you would like to read more about their work, visit this page for a number of interesting articles. The 224th PCUSA General Assembly was to have...

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