School age children are invited to attend Bible Brunch on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month. The bible brunch is lead by Min Hudson and Deacon Michael and consist of activities for children to help them understand the messages of the Holy Bible and spend time with other children. Brunch items are made by members and served to… Read more →
Please join together on Sunday August 20, 2017 at 3pm at Cedar Lane UU Church. Clearly after Friday night’s events and Saturday’s murder of Heather Heyer along with the deaths of two Virginia State Troopers in Charlottesville, Va. and with the White House still giving aid and cover to Nazis, KKK, and other white racist hate groups we need to… Read more →
As a Global Mission Church, we know that “Mission Matters”! What we do as believers to promote a world that mirrors the love of Jesus Christ is how we live out our mission. With so many critical needs in the world today live poverty, hunger, human rights violations, homophobia, gender inequality, displacement caused by war and so much more, there… Read more →
Sunday the 25th Rev. Breland asked three out lgbt members to give a reflection from the chancel and pulpit for pride month. The worship service opened with a three part Call to Worship reminding us that we are all members of Christ’s beautiful body and the Postlude was Jesus is Love. Lincoln Temple’s congregation is predominantly heteronormative and it was… Read more →
Thank you to Alice Duff (L: Executive Director, Bread for the World and Member, Lincoln Congregational Temple) and Rev. Barbara Breland (R: Pastor, Lincoln Congregational Temple) for their leadership in Bread for the World’s Lobby Day on June 13, 2017. Alice and Barbara joined other advocates to ask members of Congress for their help to end hunger.
To get involved with Bread for the World click here.
Activist Mary Church Terrell (September 23, 1863-July 24, 1954) In 1898, Mary Church Terrell wrote how African-American women “with ambition and aspiration [are] handicapped on account of their sex, but they are everywhere baffled and mocked on account of their race.” She fought for equality through social and education reform. Born on September 23, 1863, in Memphis, Tennessee, Mrs. Terrell… Read more →