Author: Nasreen Khan
written by Cece Russell-Jayne
Days after All Souls Indy called Rev. Katie Romano Griffin as our new Minister, Rev. Griffin invited church members to join her in Washington DC for The Poor People’s & Low Wage Workers’ Assembly. Four of us accepted her invitation.
Rev. Griffin, Betty … read more.
By George Gonis
Sidney Poitier would have turned 95 just this past February 20. As the weeks have accumulated since hearing the end-of-an-era news earlier this year that Mr. Poitier had died, he remains much in my mind as an essential “companion” of my grade-school wonder years … read more.
Enbridge corporation plans to complete construction its Tar Sands Oil Pipeline 3 by this fall, so it is urgent to take action to stop it now. A few weeks ago, Cece and I responded to a call from Indigenous leaders to come to northern Minnesota … read more.
Over two decades ago, when my husband and I were first dating, we often met other people and would have the same conversation, which would go like this:
(Friendly inquiry): So Nathan, where are you from?
Nathan (somewhat annoyed): Wisconsin.
Inquirer: No, where are you REALLY from?
At the … read more.
We are starting an essay group that will focus on the idea of homecoming. We will read essays on various understandings of home—our geographic, cultural, and spiritual homes. Alongside that, Family Promise is asking us to support their mission by participating in the #nightwithoutabed team … read more.
*Trigger warning* this piece discusses difficult emotional material
The author and her son in her NJ sunroom
The first time I really “felt like a mother”, whatever that means, I was about 6 months pregnant with my son—sitting in our New Jersey sun room … read more.