Easter Monday: We Are On Our Way

"Ministry workers created these Easter morning traditions for a higher purpose. I believe these descendants of slaves, African American people who had experienced varying degrees of discrimination, prejudice, and societal exclusion...wanted the children to know that God would always be with us."

Easter Sunday: How Can We Celebrate?

In the midst of what appears to be darkness all around us during this pandemic which has led to much isolation and suffering, we know and understand that our Lord is risen and is at our side.

Holy Saturday: Uncoil and Unfurl

We encounter stories of God’s repeated saving action in the midst of oppression...we remember our own latent collective potential to interrupt cycles of oppression, our shared power to reach up and out in order to liberate, reconcile, and flourish.