Social Justice Articles
Wear a Hoodie to Church Sunday
March 23, 2012
This Sunday, March 25 at 11:15 AM at Middle Collegiate Church the multiracial/multicultural congregation, clergy, and gospel choir will all wear hoodies in memory of Trayvon Martin.
March/April 2012 Newsletter
February 27, 2012
Read the March/April 2012 edition of Middle Notes!
Jacqui Lewis for Huffington Post: "Lead the Change: MLK, Faith and Fearlessness"
February 21, 2012
"It is not easy, nor simple for churches to 'preach brotherhood and make it a reality within its own body.' But the church is the place and our faith is the source with which we may be instruments of change."
Jacqui Lewis helps deliver 20,000 petition signatures to MSNBC
February 16, 2012
Jacqui, along with Bishop Gene Robinson, New York faith leaders, and Faithful America members delivered 20,000 petition signatures calling on MSNBC to stop inviting Family Research Council President Tony Perkins on their network.
Room for All Newsletter
February 7, 2012
Friends, the Winter 2012 Room for All Newsletter is available online.
Black History Month at Middle Church
February 1, 2012
Join us this February as we celebrate Black History Month at Middle Collegiate Church.
January 1, 2012
Download a copy of Middle Notes for January/February, 2012.
Town Hall on God's Economy at Middle Church
October 19, 2011
Join us on Sunday, Oct. 30 in person or online for a town-hall conversation about God's Economy!
Prayers for Remembrance and Peace
September 13, 2011
On September 11, Middle Church commemorated the 10th anniversary with an Interfaith Worship celebration that featured dance, music, and reflections (you can watch the full service here). Below is the prayer shared by Jocelyn Lieu, an elder at Middle Church. Our church was a sanctuary for so many that day, including Jocelyn and her then infant daughter.
HuffPost Prayers for 9/11
September 10, 2011
Jacqui's Prayer on the Anniversary of 9/11 has been included in the Huffington Post's collection of original prayers, reflections and blessings written in honor of the 10th Anniversary of 9/11.