St. John’s members: consider joining our reading group, alternate Sunday evenings, on Esau McCaulley’s Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope.
Month: April 2021
RJF April 17: Talking about Anti-Asian Hate
By Michele Sigg– On Saturday, April 17th, 2021, the Racial Justice Fellowship (RJF) hosted an evening of discussion on the topic of anti-Asian hate to
Racial Disparities in Covid-19 Vaccination
by Jennifer B. Last week, I saw a local news report about the racial disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates in our state. It was particularly
Compline & Prayer in a Time of Racial Conflict
St. Luke’s Episcopal ChurchHealing Compline & Open Prayer Space in a time of Racial Conflict: Five nights of prayers & story sharing starts April 19
Jazz Cafe: Sister Rosetta Tharpe
by Andrew Osmun Last Friday was Jazz Night, when RJF member Robert Messore led a tour through the life and music of Sister Rosetta Tharpe — known
Lenten Devotional: Joseph Addison’s The Resurrection
THE RESURRECTION A POEM. Written by Joseph Addison; Translated by Nicholas Amhurst THE Pencil’s glowing Lines and vast Command,And Mankind rising from the Painter’s Hand,The
Lenten Devotional: Stations of the cross
A video of the stations of the cross in St. John’s Episcopal Church by Joe Rose accompanied by music by Abbie Storch.