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Welcome to Lyndale United Church of Christ
We are an open and affirming, just peace, marriage equality advocating people.
 

"Break Open and Repent, My Fellow White Christians"

Rev. Ashley Harness

June 21st, 2015

Scripture: Excerpts from Psalm 51

Most gracious source of Love in the Universe, You who manifest the justice that rolls down like waters, You who hold us when words feel like cheap, pathetic containers for all the pain in the world, may the words I am about to speak and the meditations of my heart, be acceptable in your Holy sight. Amen.

Denmark Vesey bought his way out of slavery but couldn't afford to free his own wife and children. Then in 1816, he helped found Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) in South Carolina. Just a few years later, in July of 1822, he and five slaves were hung for plotting a slave revolt. The revolt had been planned for June 17, 1822 – the same date almost 200 years later that a 21 year-old white man with a gun walked into Emanuel AME and opened fire on a prayer service this week.[1]

I was supposed to be writing a sermon about time and technology for this Sunday of our Sabbath Summer series. I had gotten up early, was drinking my coffee while scanning Facebook on my cell phone Thursday morning and then my breath caught and my stomach sank. I knew that like Jesus interrupting his Sabbath to heal and to care for his community in the Gospel of Mark 2 & 3, we needed to interrupt our Sabbath Summer to heal and care for our community. Continue reading full sermon click here.

9:15 a.m. - Art of the Covenant

10:30 a.m. - Worship in the South Sanctuary.

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Come join us! We kinda see the world in a different way!


 

Lyndale's 100 members and friends are committed to being a spiritual/activist community.

We've been around the LynLake corner since 1884.And we have just moved into our newly renovated ministry center

We invite you to check out our website and join us in some of the ways we're trying to make our neighborhood, city and world a healthier place. Please join us some time for worship.

We're a small and spirited community and no matter who you are or where you are on your journey, you'll be welcomed here.

 

 

 

 

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