Raleigh Mennonite continues to grow in its understanding of the bountiful love that God has for all of creation, in all of its diversity, as embodied in the example and teachings of Jesus Christ. During the 2022-23 year we have endeavored to deepen our understanding of our role as a mostly white congregation, with the […]
As part of our year-long grant to study anti-racist worship practices, RMC hosted a panel on the intersections and fractures in Mennonite Church USA. We had more than 160 folks join us on Wednesday, May 24 at 7 p.m. for an online discussion of the ways race and sexuality are utilized for division and the […]
RMCers from the anti-racism team went to Washington DC to continue to learn from churches about how they are integrating anti-racist practices into worship as part of our year-long Vital Worship grant. Many thanks to new friends at Washington Community Fellowship, The Table, Community House Church, and Christ City Church for sharing with us!
The scripture today from Isaiah 1:1-20 is a prophecy or indictment of those who have much, of those who have excess. It speaks to those who have more than enough with not attending to the needs of the poorest among them. It’s no secret that our air, land and waters face a devastating century, and […]
Psalm 88 Al Reberg shared how the song Lift Every Voice and Sing often referred to as The Black National Anthem has moved him over the years. In the 80s, Kirsten (his daughter) had learned Lift Every Voice and Sing while part of the Saint Cecilia Youth Chorale. She sang it for him and it […]