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  • Proper 7A (2020)

    by Paul K.-K. Cho
  • Sermon Starters (Proper 7A)(2020)

    by Scott Hoezee
    Sixteen times across the better part of 10 sickening minutes George Floyd cried out “I can’t breathe.” Not surprisingly, his cry became the rallying cry of the protests against police brutality and a racist system just generally. More, it became a metaphor for how many people of color feel all the time. “We can’t breathe.” The boot of the oppressor remains on the necks of too many people. The Lectionary begins its reading of Psalm 69 at verse 7 for some reason. But I would like to suggest that it is the opening few verses that capture something that needs naming in this moment: for too many people, they can’t breathe. They feel like the poet of Psalm 69...
  • Sinking

    Art and Theology by Victoria Jones
    “Save Me, O God” by Marty Haugen, on Here Among Us: Songs for the Liturgical Year (2015)
  • Proper 7A (2020)

    by Daniel Quanstrom

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