Category: Reflections from Rev. Laurie
TRUU Members and Friends –
This Sunday will be my last time in the TRUU pulpit. I will write one more newsletter article next week. In the meantime, I want to share the words below, from my colleague, the Rev. Meg Riley. She is the Sr. Minister of … read more.
These poems by Black writer Langston Hughes, are as pertinent, now as they were in the 1930’s. And racism is the deep poison of the United States. Thanks to Sue Edelstein for sending these on to me.
– Rev. Laurie
LET AMERICA BE AMERICA AGAIN
Let America be America again.
Let it … read more.
Dear TRUU Members and Friends,
One of my favorite hymns is #389:
Gathered here in the mystery of the hour,
Gathered here in one strong body,
Gathered here in the struggle and the power,
Spirit draw near.
As a minister, I almost always come to tears singing that from the pulpit … read more.