Given by Dona Dirlam February 21, 2021 Septima Poinsette Clark was an African American educator and civil rights activist. She pushed for education for blacks. Education would lead to social change and an increase in voting rights. Video:
Moderated by Rev. Madison Shockley for Rev. Dr. James M. Lawson September 13, 2020 A question and answer session with Dr. Lawson. Topics include Civil Rights, Racism, and BLM. There is a reason to be hopeful. Video:
Given By Anna Runion April 8, 2018 Recently, we have seen women, teens, immigrants, people of color, LGBT community, and their allies march for our lives. These marches have been powerful. Some people are reminded of the civil rights marches. Some of us felt at ease while marching with those who share our views. Others [...]
https://vimeo.com/176470331 Today, Pilgrim Church welcomes the great Martin Luther King Jr. as our guest speaker. His past message might be of help to us as we deal with the present day crisis. The reading today is from the Gospel of Luke and concerns the power of persistent prayer. It also serves to help reflect on the role of [...]
Jesus continues the lesson from last week's reading of the Good Samaritan. In order for his followers to continue being part of the community and stay in the relationship Jesus had established with them as they traveled, they need to stay in my love.