I received a very special tattoo this morning. My five-year-old grandson and ten-year old grand-daughter were excited to share their tattoo offerings with me this morning. Together, we opened a yellow Easter egg shaped plastic container. Inside were paper tattoos, which when wet, were easily … read more.
Author: Rev Anthony Johnson
As we all watch the nightly coverage of the horror of the war in Ukraine, I wonder about the concept of war and violence around our world. I also discovered that Ukraine, in fact, is older than Russia. Kyiv (Capital of Ukraine) is 665 years … read more.
In our current time of turmoil, where the threat of war is much more than a threat for some. Where daily news stories depict the faces of what war really looks like. The fear, the pain, our humanness or lack thereof on full display. Does … read more.
Excerpt from the sermon for Sunday, Feb 13, 2022
Seeking justice, equity, and compassion through dialogue and practice
Introducing a SUUF Film Discussion Series
Last month in my Minister’s Message I asked the question, “Shall We Dare?”
On January 26th, in the middle of the week, on a weekday, no less, fourteen brave souls did just that. We gathered in the home of Jan Oswald, together, vaccinated, and masked, appropriately … read more.