The Congregational Blog.-Priesthood of all believers.

Thanks to the Fabrangen

We truly received an extravagant welcome when members of the Fabrangen invited Lincoln Temple to a small seder at on of their member’s homes. This occasion marked the 45th and 25th anniversary of a “freedom” seder between the two groups. Twenty-five years ago members from both congregations crafted a seder around the telling of the exodus story (obviously) and of… Read more →

Social Justice Internship Applications Available

Back Bay Mission is pleased to announce that applications are available for the 2015 Shari Prestemon Social Justice Internship. The Shari Prestemon Social Justice Internship provides a member of the United Church of Christ between the ages of 19 and 35 with a unique opportunity to participate in a 10-week summer program (June 8-14 August 2015) tailored to their interests.… Read more →

The Overnighters- Hope.Ministry.Ressurection.

I didn’t think a documentary on housing could take so many turns. This is truly a must see for social justice workers, congregational leaders, clergy and all those who have hoped and tried to make the world a better place and wondered, “what went wrong”? The 21st century version of your story has been told. A reverend in a small… Read more →

Bread for the World Sunday


If you haven’t seen the move A Place at the Table, please find it on iTunes, netflix or hopefully at your local library. This a great documentary showing how we can fight hunger and provide access to quality affordable food. Lincoln Temple will celebrate Bread for the World Sunday October 26th during our worship service.

Have Faith In Our World

It is perhaps a severe understatement for me to suggest that pessimism is the mood of our time. Many people in our world brood over recent events, like the beheading of the reporter by ISIS. I have a friend who sad he was going to stop watching news on television and listening to it on the radio. He sad that… Read more →

Let’s Get It On- a review of “Sex And The Spirit:The Romance of Heaven and Earth” and How To Use This Book In Church Communities

I would like to thank Revs. Copeland and Rosenberger for writing this book. It is hard to talk about sexual intimacy, even in a society where sex sales everything. Personally, I believe sex is even used to “sale” Christianity as the collective community pushes for good looking ministers, a macho Jesus and single’s ministries that could be confused with Ok… Read more →