A Covid Year
When the government offered televised worship for different religious communities, they devolved quickly into polemical attacks and had to be shut down. →
In January 2021, the Board voted unanimously to begin renovations on our 50-year-old facilities. The first phase is currently underway. →
A pastor reflects on air fresheners and the National Guard at a protest in Brooklyn Center after Daunte Wright was killed by police. →
An Interview with Patrick Henry
"Flashes of Grace," the new book by Patrick Henry, explores moving to expand one's understanding of God and God's purpose through sacred encounters. →
Julie L. Moore's poem explores the dizzying experience of walking into teaching as a white professor in an Historically Black University. →
NewsIn January 2021, the Board voted unanimously to begin renovations on our 50-year-old facilities. The first phase is currently underway.Perhaps no one needs Sabbath as much as activists. This essay and prayer recommend rest as important to the work.For Wesley Morris, being a good writer and pastor means embracing a "luminous darkness" as a place of transformation.In Season 2 of our podcast, listen to activists and writers of faith including Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove.Writers must do what we’ve always done but with clearer intention, deeper integrity, and immense faith in our work's value.
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