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10:15 a.m., Crail C (2nd Floor)There Is a Balm in Huntsville: Exploring Restorative Justice In this Journey Group the author of There is a Balm in Huntsville, the Rev. T. Carlos “Tim” Anderson, will explore the biblical roots of restorative … Continue reading
Two recent changes to city rules and programs affect those experiencing homelessness. Safety is always a priority –– especially as a downtown church –– and we are following these changes very closely. In June 2019, Austin City Council voted to … Continue reading
By the Rev. Chuck Treadwell It was good to see you in church last night. And I sure hope to see you all in church today or tonight as well. No, in fact, I expect to see you there. And … Continue reading
By Rebecca Hall This Sunday’s Epistle reading from Philippians reminds me of sewing. I don’t sew. But years ago I made enough attempts to understand how patterns work. You cut the shape of your garment out of tissue-like paper with … Continue reading
By the Rev. Katie Wright Puzzles. I am a person who likes puzzles. Often on vacation there is a big 1,000 piece puzzle set out, and I like to sit and fuss with it. Finding the edges, sorting by color, … Continue reading
By Doug Harrison This week’s readings seem almost more like Advent readings than Lenten ones. There is all of this talk about light: How God is our light and how the people who walk in darkness have seen a great … Continue reading
By Lynn Smith-Henry This year during the Lenten season, I am doing something different for my Lenten Meditations – seeking the Jewish roots of our Christian faith. In this season of meditation and preparation for Holy Week, my thoughts have … Continue reading
By the Rev. Chad McCall This Sunday will be the second Sunday of Lent. We aren’t yet halfway through the Lenten season so it is a great time to check in and reflect on your experience so far. How is … Continue reading
By Amy Moehnke Lent is the great reminder to not take ourselves too seriously. In part this is because Ash Wednesday, the “kick off event” of Lent, centers around the simple but profound reminder that “we are dust and to … Continue reading