We’ve lived two years under the Trump administration, two months since an historic “blue wave” upset the power balance in Washington, and two weeks since the wheels came off the bus. The intensity of our public life has taken a toll, and it’s natural to long for an easier, softer way of life. But when everything we hold dear is on the line, and the path forward is lined with fear and anger, we have to find new ways of being – and doing.
Centering is a spiritual practice. This morning we consider various ways that centering deepens our faith and experience.
On this Martin Luther King, Jr., weekend, we examine the implications of de-centering whiteness and the practice of placing those on the margins closer to the center. This is an intergenerational service, and our monthly special collection will benefit Opportunity House.
What if instead of focusing on a single center, we reimagined an omnicentric way of life? What if we devoted ourselves to the practice of omnicentricity, in which the center is ever-expanding from multiple points?
Jan. 13 - Jan 27, 2019 (over MLK Holiday) All nights are long for families experiencing homeless. Please help three families (including 6 teenagers!) see the light of our love and hospitality! We will host them in our church for meals and overnight stays during the weeks of January 13 through 27th.
Sign up to volunteer online:
2019 FAMILY PROMISE Jan 13-Jan 27 Volunteers
For more information: Click here to read more details about the program, or contact Carla at email@example.com or 610-301-4522.