Speaker: Rev. Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson

Why We Need Each Other

This sermon will focus on what it means to belong to a community, to a fellowship. How can we see, feel and appreciate why we need one another?  What is our common cultural and historical heritage?

We shall take a look at our common interests and … read more.

Until We Meet Again

As part of this Sunday’s Service, we look forward to welcoming new Members. Our Annual Congregational Meeting will be held in the sanctuary immediately after the service, and will be followed by a social gathering for the Fellowship in the adjoining social hall.

This in-person service … read more.

What If God is a Woman?

We Celebrate this Mother’s Day with a sermon and message featuring the original poetry and spoken word by Minister Anthony Mtuaswa Johnson. Reverend Anthony will share poems from his published book of poetry entitled “What If God Is a Woman?” The works are “poetry and … read more.

Being Open to Joy

This sermon will be all about “Joy,” that sometimes-elusive feeling of spontaneous happiness, usually denoted by a smile or two. We shall ponder and explore questions such as: Who helps you see the joy in front of you? What were you first taught about “deserving … read more.

Rolling Back the Stone

This Easter Sunday sermon will focus upon what lessons we may glean for ourselves as we recognize the most important and oldest festival of the Christian church. What does this ancient celebration have to offer us in our times of tumult? Is it our time … read more.

Islam & Me

In the spirit of SUUF and me, I will share my journey with the Islamic faith. I was born a Baptist, in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. My parents became a part of the great migration of African Americans from the South to the cities of the North. … read more.

Why?

I love words and music. There are not many song lyrics that move me as much as the lyrics of the song “Why?” by Annie Lennox. This Sunday we will explore the personal meaning that these lyrics conjure up in my mind’s eye. The message … read more.