August 27, 2010 @ 12:53 pm by Jacqui Lewis
As I continue my Sabbath, I am also listening to the conversations and controversy about Cordoba House/Park 51. You know that at Middle we believe strongly there is more than one path to God. Further, we hope for a reconciled world in which our faith and the faith of others will be a "Balm in Gilead."
The staff and I believe it is important that as you listen to all sides of this conversation, you hear some words directly from the source. Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, in his own words.
It is also our prayer that Ahmed Sharif and his family feel God's arms-around Grace in this season and that he fully recover. Further, we pray for Michael Enright, whose actions stand in stark contrast to his previous volunteer efforts at Intersections and their sense of the kind of person he is.
Please plan to join us on September 12 for an Interfaith Worship Celebration that gives us the chance to think, love and pray together.
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Preparing ethical leaders for a just society. Posts by Jacqui Lewis, Senior Minister.