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Virtual Altar of Remembrance

Whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on your journey this week, you can be part of our Dia de los Muertos celebration by posting a photo and a memory of your loved one on our virtual Altar of Remembrance.

Here is the link to the Altar on Facebook.

“Murder in the Cathedral,” Nov. 5

GBR251In conjunction with The Getty Center and All Saints Church, The Theatre @ Boston Court co-artistic director, Jessica Kubzansky, will direct a staged reading of Nobel Laureate T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral, Tuesday, Nov. 5, in the church at 7:00 p.m.

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Economic Justice and Nonviolence Small Groups Signup!

ASC ongoing project “Awakening to a New Vision of Economic Justice” has created a three-week long series of small group meetings structured around important readings.  Sign up to further reflect and prepare for action!  Group meetings will take place from Nov. 3–24 from 6:30 PM — 8:30 PM. Select a day of the week that works for you!

It’s easy to sign up online.  Just use this form.

Want to know more? Take a look at this flyer

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Susan Russell on Nadia Bolz-Weber

Susan Russell offers a preview of Nadia Bolz-Weber’s upcoming visit to ASC: “What’s not to like about a 6’1″ tattooed Lutheran pastor who has been described as ‘a dichotomy wrapped in a paradox covered in tattoos’?”

Read her remarks here.

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Ed Bacon

Ed Bacon: “To Give Up Is Human, to Persist Is Divine”

“Faith means we have given up the right to give up.”

Ed Bacon’s October 20, 2013 sermon challenges us to confront “the moral blindness, fed by the toxins of pernicious racism” that infects our cities, our nation and our world. “To give up is human; to persist is Divine — indeed, to persist is to let the power of God’s Holy Spirit flow through us to make a difference in the world.”