Cross-Cultural Community

“Remembering”*

It means humbly recalling past exclusion. The kind you felt and the kind you dealt. The kind that’s “Me” and the kind that’s “We.” Read more >

“I Am a Group”*

Identity is individual and collective. God treats us as individuals and as groups. Both. Read more >

“Walls”*

Racial “dividing walls” are everywhere. They’re easier to spot, of course, when we look outside ourselves. Look at the city. Walls galore. Read more >

“Hostility”*

“Hostility.” Sounds harsh. Defensiveness rises. Are you calling me a racist? I get along with everyone…mostly. Read more >

Celebrating Black History Month: Fireside Chat with Carolyn Curtis on Friday, Feb 10th

Come enjoy an evening of dessert and dialogue at the home of Carolyn Curtis. As part of […] Read more >

Sunday Testimony: Rose Boomsma (2/12)

During our service on Sunday, February 12, Rose Boomsma will share a piece of her personal story […] Read more >

Sunday Testimony: Hlase Baloyi (2/26)

During our service on Sunday, February 26, Hlase Baloyi will share a piece of his personal story […] Read more >

The Shrine of the Sacred Heart

One of the most significant, historic, Christian ministries that serves the local Latino community is the Shrine […] Read more >

Oscar Romero: Martyr, Advocate for the Poor

Oscar Romero was the Roman Catholic Archbishop of San Salvador — best known as an advocate for  […] Read more >

2 Faces of the Latin American Church

Some helpful historical commentary on the mixed beginnings of the Christian church in Latin America, this is […] Read more >