Rev Adam Lawrence Dyer and our Director of Administration Carol Lewis will share reflections on shared leadership.
Speaker: Rev. Adam Dyer
We have many neighbors in our community and who share our building, we look forward to hearing from them in this service dedicated to being a good neighbor.
Where are we in our efforts to reconcile and repair what was done/continues to be done to Native people in the United States?
First Parish in Cambridge has a long history of Bibles in the pulpit. Have we lost something by continually closing the book on the past? What does it mean to bring our true histories forward?
Why do we refer to social “justice”? Progressives make great claims about what is or is not just. But is staking out a moral high ground causing us more harm than seeking places of social equilibrium?
In New England, many of us grew up with sanitized stories about “Pilgrims”. But we must not lose the deeper significance of this word in the midst of ongoing struggles of people claiming and displacing one another in the name of faith.
Migration is as old as humanity. Why is something that is built into human nature being challenged with so much violence?
As we enter the new church year, we greet old friends and welcome new ones and we begin our fall exploration of what it means to be ‘travelers’.