Posted by Michele Sigg– On Thursday, June 3, the Racial Justice Fellowship hosted a movie and discussion night, led by Robert Messore, featuring: “Standing in
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
This Lenten devotional is a series of photos and a poem by Jenny K. flooded left, shrouded stretched, stretched, s t r e t c
These Native American inspired Stations of the Cross were painted by artist Melanie Twelves, a member of All Saints Episcopal Church in Duncan, Oklahoma. These
This Lenten devotional takes the form of a musical medley of hymns recorded by Jonathan Cranston (banjo and voice) and Lenore Hammers (violin and voice).
This video is Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s full performance of Revelations from the 2015 Lincoln Center at the Movies production. Reposted from Ailey Pressroom.
By Michele Sigg— This sculpture is “The Cathedral” by French sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840-1917).Not the hands of lovers (that would require a left and a
by Jennifer Brown I would like to share this example of African American Christian art from the Harlem Renaissance period. In Mother & Son, Richmond
Posted by Michele Sigg–Expressing hope in the midst of and in spite of the global pandemic is the goal of the Chrysalis Project,. This amazing
Reposted from Christianity Today, online (June 12, 2020) The American church’s quarantine anthem made its way to the States from Nigeria, where songwriter and Pentecostal
Here is the trailer for Messiah/Complex, an online performance of Handel’s Messiah using First nations performers: Here is an article about the piece. And here
By Michele SiggI’d like to share two musical pieces that have encouraged me in darkest times. The first one is a piece from Handel’s Messiah.
From Michele SiggI encourage you to visit the Theo Arts Gallery at Boston University for an online exhibit of visually stunning artworks. Who Is My
Please join us this Sunday on Zoom, directly after the worship service, for a detailed presentation of the St John’s Racial Justice Mural, a project
From Michele Sigg—A friend shared this music video with me a few days ago. I find it a delightful piece sung by a Black musician,
St. John’s Mural Project based on the theme of racial justice and Micah 6:8: He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does