The Good Samaritan and Human Kindness

In an era marked by hate-filled rhetoric and shouting matches, what does the story of the Good Samaritan tell us about the power and importance of simple human kindness, and why do we so often forget the power of kindness to heal both the giver and the receiver.

The Good Samaritan and Crossing Boundaries

At a time when extreme social and political polarization has become the norm, how do we motivate ourselves to reach out across lines of difference? When and how is it even desirable to do so without causing harm to those who are most vulnerable?

The Good Samaritan and Collective Liberation

While we often focus on some of the more obvious lessons of the Good Samaritan, what does the story tell us about systems of oppression? How might we view this tale as a case study in intersectionality and the struggle for collective liberation?

A Theology of Trees

Poet Wendell Berry suggests that we should “stand like slow growing trees / on a ruined place, renewing, enriching it.” How can we live more like trees, and what kind of theology is suggested by the life of trees. We’ll explore these questions and others in this service.

Life and Music of Nina Simone

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Resistance and Revolution Revisited

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What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do

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Improvisational Parenting

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Theology of Nick Cave

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Memorializing and Moralizing

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