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
–By Jennifer B.Emmanuel Acho begins this conversation by quoting priest and theologian Henri Nouwen who said, “honest, direct confrontation is a true expression of compassion
Don’t miss the online lecture TODAY at 12 PM by Vince Bantu of Fuller Seminary on “What Hope Christian History in Africa offers to Race
–By Rev. Deacon Shancia Jarrett. Many Americans assume that racial segregation was a political and socio-economic device of the South. However, many scholars contend that
(by Michele S.) ERRATA and OMISSION: 1) There was an egregious error in the recent “RJ Series, Week 3 Summary” in Michele’s section: “I do
By Michèle S. and Jennifer B. (Michele S.) It is not uncommon, in Jennifer’s experience, for African American friends to challenge her Christian faith with
By Abbie S. Last Saturday evening, a group of St. John’s members and affiliates gathered together over Zoom for the second session of our
Compiled by Michele S.
Litany for Social Justice Brothers and Sisters: God commands us through Jesus Christ to love one another. In baptism, we promise to “seek and serve
Suggested by Jennifer B.
Summary by Sally H.Seeking Racial Justice Series, Session 1: Systemic racism in the US: Historic Roots and Generational Trauma This first week of the “Seeking
Music +dance video, “Be Free” created by Love146 affiliates: “Five years ago, just after the killings of Micheal Brown and Tamir Rice, a former Love146
—-By Jennifer B.As we read this week’s lectionary reading, Genesis 22:1-14, verse 2 immediately jumped out at me: He said, “Take your son, your only