What happens when we think of neighboring congregations not as competition but as partners? The Cambridge Platform from 1648 maps out how our autonomous, independent congregations can support one another. Now, nearly 375 years later, we are living out a similar version of this old … read more.
We are meant to be connected. We are meant to have roots that go down and also runners that travel out! We are meant to be in this together so we all might thrive. All this isolation and division around us cannot last and does … read more.
This pandemic has shrunk our circles of connection. Many of us lament the circumscribed living we are experiencing. Yes, love demands we care for the health of our community, I am not suggesting we stop being careful and care-full. But we can creatively draw our … read more.