list of psalmsWe offer our prayers for: Fred Allen, Ijeoma Anyanwu, Marcella Babb, Jenny Badger, Willie Black III, Nakima Billups, Gregory Brown, Frank Cangemi, David Clark, Marcia Clendenen, Sandra Cocks, Iris Colbourne, Laura Craig, Kylon Craig, Vincent Cresci, Carnetta & Athelridge Cumberbatch, Katherine Devlin, Fran Dreisbach, Marlene Elia, Garfield Evans, Anna Galvez, Anthony Fulton, Sr., Denyse Gonzales, Ivan Harewood, Marian Hamblin, Mary Haugen, Colenthia Hunter, Emilia Jaime, Jan, Mark, Tom, & Joy, Michael Kelly, Anthony Lamourt, Eva McClary, Willie Marcus, The McIntosh Family, Mary Mcclellan, Kevin & Nathan Meighan, Dudley Menzies, Mary Nucci, Louise Nygard, Sheryl Perkins, Saint Maurice and Andrea Phillips, Linda Pinnock, Ann Reilly, Olivia Rey, Cherise Richards, Christine Riola, Jason Rivera, Trisha Roach, Joyce Rowan, Huguette Sauer, Barnett Shepherd, Bendu Sherman, Ashley Smith, Christopher Still, Candy Tice, Carol Tysen, Lucille Williams, Tonisia Williams-Sealy, Marsha Wynter, and the people of St. Vincent's Girls' Home.

We lift up in thanksgiving Natalie Wynter, Scarlett Plancon, Marcella Babb, Kimani Bratton, Roxanne Ingoe, & Fidel Zayzay who are celebrating their birthdays and Paige & Kevin and Marsha & Leighton who are celebrating their anniversaries this week.

We pray for Kirstin and David in their journeys toward ordination.

We pray for the Ukrainian victims of unprovoked Russian aggression.

We thank you for our own continued good health and prosperity and we pray for the repose of the souls of all the faithful departed.











Christianity is a "way" to be followed more than it is about a set of "correct" beliefs. Practice is more important than correct beliefs; not to say that beliefs are not important, but they are not the object of faith. God is the object of commitment, and for Christians, God is known as Jesus.


Marcus J. Borg

Consider this remarkable fact: In the sermon on the mount, there is not a single word about what to believe. Only words about what to do and how to be. By the time the Nicene Creed is written, only three centuries later, there is not a single word in it about what to do and how to be—only words about what to believe.


Robin R. Meyers