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Thank you to all who marched today in support of peace, justice, diversity, inclusion, care for creation and love!
Bishop Greg Rickel discusses our responsibility as Christians to pray for our president and to speak out when we disagree with him.
Bishop Rickel reflects on the bitter and contentious election and offers his thoughts about Inauguration Day.
Happy birthday, Betty Jo!
(seen here seated, celebrating at Friendship Circle with Betty)
Great story about St. Mark's Cathedral's statement of commitment and action to protect marginalized groups from hate speech and attacks. The cathedral is also partnering with St. James Cathedral, Temple De Hirsch Sinai and other faith organizations to hold an interfaith prayer service at the temple, 1441 16th Ave., in Seattle on Friday, Jan. 20, at 6 p.m.
seattletimes.com In a statement of commitment and action, the Seattle parish has declared it will protect marginalized groups from hate speech and attacks. We need this now.
Our Bishop Greg Rickel is "working with several of our Bellevue congregations to determine how we can best offer our assistance. In the meantime, the Islamic Center of Eastside has a page set up to accept donations for the rebuilding of their facilities" http://bit.ly/mosque-rebuild
Timely message from our Presiding Biship Michael Curry: "As we celebrate the birth of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we may find guidance in his words, spoken during one of the most painful and difficult struggles in the Civil Rights Movement. He asked that all participants live by a set of principles. The first principle read: 'As you prepare to march, meditate on the life and teachings of Jesus.'
Should we pray for the President?
"We can and, indeed, I believe we must pray for all who lead in our civic order, nationally and internationally. I pray for the President in part because Jesus Christ is my Savior and Lord." ~ Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
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