Rev Emily Guthrie's sermon for July 21, 2013

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... that progress must be used to energize our efforts to continue to chip away at the still mighty menace of racism. The well from which we draw is deep, but we cannot be distracted by our many tasks and miss the opportunity to sit down with one another, to have Jesus in the midst of us, to drink from the water of life, to risk consciously engaging one another in truth telling so that together we might find the strength to do the work of healing and the work of justice.

I don’t think we have a choice. There are children in our community that may not be mine by birth, but they are mine by faith and by friendship; and the thought of their precious lives being threatened or taken out of ignorance or out of prejudice makes my bones shake.

By Miranda Cooter 07/21/2013 03:09 PM

Sponsored by St. Margaret's Episcopal Church

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