Our full humanity is dependent on our hospitality: We can be complete only when we are giving something away.
2 Samuel 1, 17-27 / Psalm 130 / Mark 5:21-43
The Reverend Joe Dewey
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The way of Christian witness is neither the way of quietist withdrawal, nor the way of Herodian compromise, nor the way of angry militant zeal. It is the way of being in Christ, in the Spirit, at the place where the world is in pain, so that the healing love of God may be brought to bear at that point.
1 Samuel 17:32-49 / 2 Corinthians 6:1-13 / Mark 4:35-41
Mr. Cody Dotson
“Peace is not the product of terror or fear. Peace is not the silence of cemeteries. Peace is not the silent result of violent repression. Peace is the generous, tranquil contribution of all to the good of all. Peace is dynamism. Peace is generosity. It is right and it is duty.
1 Samuel 15:34 – 16:13 / 2 Corinthians 5:6-10,14-17 / Mark 4:26-34
The Reverend Michael Smith
“There is in fact no God behind the back of Jesus, no act of God other than the act of Jesus, no God but the God we see and meet
in him. Jesus Christ is the open heart of God, the very love and
life of God poured out to redeem humankind, the mighty hand and power of God stretched out to heal and save sinners. All things are in God’s hands, but the hands of God and the hands of Jesus, in life and in death are the same.”
THOMAS F. TORRANCE
Genesis 3:8-15 / 2 Corinthians 4:13-5:1 / Mark 3:20-35
The Reverend Matt Brown
“Does the child who sits in front of a television set for three to four hours a day, shops the mall with her parents, goes to school and recites the Pledge of Allegiance, plays computer games, listens to her president encouraging everyone to go out shopping in order to defeat terrorism, wears clothes from the Gap, and plays with the toys created out of the imagination of Disney and Hollywood, ever actually choose the American way of life? Did she go through a ritual of initiation beyond getting her first Barbie? Was there a moment of conversion in her life when the American dream became her dream? No. She imbibed the monoculture consumerist dream in the fast food she ate, the polluted air she breathed and the visual culture she inhabited. And so she was converted, made into a cult member, before she ever knew what was happening.”
BRIAN WALSH & SYLVIA KEESMAAT
The Reverend Joe Dewey
Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
Brooklyn Masonic Temple
317 Clermont Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205
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