Rev. Dr. Pamela Lightsey delivered a rousing sermon at Spring Intensives Opening Worship, March 19, 2018. This is a must-read.
We are bringing a day of worship and learning to New England to lift up the spiritual dimensions of your justice work and give you tools for faith-based social engagement.
Erik, as a co-chair of Religious Leaders' Caucus of Congregations United to Serve Humanity, has issued a statement against remarks made by Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth.
Monica led the First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City to become the first sanctuary congregation in Utah, taking in a mother who was being deported.
Pippin, one of our Congregational Studies students, told us why she shows up for justice.
Molly, a Congregational Studies student, participated in interfaith Pray-In at Senator Collins (R-Maine) office, and ultimately got arrested for civil disobedience.
Connie is currently a Leadership Studies student. This is her essay about an encounter at the hospital where she is a contract chaplain.
In April 2017, the Fahs Collaborative invited 30 colleagues for an assessment conference to celebrate its 5th Anniversary.
Many of our alums and Board members were among the counter-protesters when white supremacists marched in Charlottesville, VA in August 2017.
The moment the invitation went out, some of us started wandering about the details. After all, we wanted to get it right.
Anya and Scott met while they were students at MLTS. Now they are working together for the first time as co-ministers.
Meadville Lombard is bringing a day of worship and learning to New England. It will be a day filled with intellectual discussions and inspiration to lift up your justice work and give you tools for faith-based social engagement. Saturday, May 4, 2018, at First Parish in Concord.
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