Resist darkness. Resist evil. Resist hate.
That’s part of what it means to be a Christian in these terrible times.
Because God loves us more than we can possibly imagine. All of us: Black, Asian, Native American, or white; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, or queer; poor, middle class, rich, or homeless. God loves us all.
How do we resist? Figuring that out is a process best done within a community. Surrounded by people who love and accept you as you are: folks who will help you up when you fall, steady you when you stumble, embrace you when you are lonely. That’s the kind of community we are called to create here at St. Cyprian’s
One option for resistance is to surround hate with love and force it to surrender. Another is to never accept the unacceptable as “the new normal.”
How can you connect with us? Join us on Sundays at 10 a.m. for healing and community or Wednesdays at 11 a.m. for healing and a light lunch.
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