“The sense of family and being together has kept us from having that kind of feeling of discouragement.”
“I stand here today to tell you my friends, I am not OK. I am uncomfortable, very uncomfortable.”
In big cities and small towns across the Synod of the Trinity region, people are taking to the streets to protest the racial injustice that continues to make headlines for all the wrong reasons. We also understand that there are many who are only seeing the footage of these gatherings on the nightly news and…
“We chose that it was less safe for them not to be meeting given the addiction issue.”
The wife of longtime Synod Executive Director Bill Rusch, Ruth wrote a children’s book at age 91.
“I didn’t want something ‘in your face,’ but I wanted something honest.”
Two days of online meetings with Synod commissioners and presbytery representatives focused on the stay-at-home mandate and “civility.”
A Water Walk to raise awareness and funds for water insecurity in Malawi raised more than $1,300 locally and in excess of $202,000 nationally.
“It’s very clear after two years of operation, our preschool is beloved not only by the children, but their parents, families and our community.”
“Participating in this very public display of repentance and atonement for my own silence and inaction, as well as that of the White church as a whole, served as a wake-up call.”