On Viruses and Judgment

By Joey Royal Given how much attention the Scriptures give to divine judgment, it’s remarkable how little attention we give it. The creed tells us that Jesus “will come to judge the quick and dead,” but prea... Read More...

Five Suggestions for Reopening Your Church

By Zac Koons It is a fascinating time to be planning worship. We have no pandemic playbook. We have been forced instead into improv mode, each of us walking backward into an uncertain future, trying to keep in sight the rubrics of our prayer book and our g... Read More...

CHANGE … A Requirement to Defeat the 2020 Pandemic

By Alicia Hughes We are nearing “Senior Season,” a time in the U.S. where there is a flurry of activity to celebrate the culmination of secondary school careers, with proms, graduations and parties. We likewise look forward to college graduations and hoodin... Read More...

The Quiet of Eastertide

By Deanna Briody The first Easter morning dawned without bells. No one was singing. Jesus’s disciples were holed away, stricken with grief, shocked and terrified by the horrific events of the Friday before. ... Read More...

Post-Pandemic Ministry

By Rob Price Through the Lenten season I learned, along with many of my clergy colleagues, the new skills ministry demanded by shelter-in-place ministry: Facebook live-streaming, Zoom meetings and Bible stud... Read More...