Our 4th Principle invites us to A FREE AND RESPONSIBLE SEARCH FOR TRUTH AND MEANING. Sometimes this means reading, meditating, talking, and otherwise nurturing our spiritual health. However, sometimes we find ourselves called to a more prophetic voice. Sometimes we are called to intercede in … read more.
When we remember the civil rights movement of the 60s, we tend to think about Martin Luther King, Jr., and a few other key leaders, but there were thousands who played crucial roles in the movement, which are too often overlooked. This morning we … read more.
David Early, Worship Associate
Has America ever been the “sweet land of liberty,” of which we sing? What histories does remembering our country that way, require us to gloss over or forget? And at what cost? On this Sunday after the election, we reflect on the promise and potential … read more.
Brian Nelson, Worship Associate
Author and cultural historian M.G. Lord returns to Emerson to discuss the complex reality of passing in America. Whether passing occurs to gain safety, opportunity, or access, or whether it’s the involuntary result of others’ assumptions, people wrestle with this issue in … read more.