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2149 N. Green Bay Road
Racine, WI 53405

Sunday Service at 10 a.m. 
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Embracing Mystery

10 Jan, 2022

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all art and science. [The one] to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; [their] eyes are...

Darkness & Light

20 Dec, 2021

Have you noticed that people were putting on their outside Christmas lights a lot earlier this year? Light way before Thanksgiving! Maybe we can blame it on the warm weather, but I think is has to do with how much we are subconsciously craving...

Hope & Joy

13 Dec, 2021

Hope… we honestly can’t live without it. Hope is not wishful thinking or fantasy. It is a sincere belief that something good can happen or that things truly can change for the better. Without hope, people lose their will to live. Joy is...

Peace and Justice

06 Dec, 2021

In Isaiah 61, Isaiah proclaims that he has been anointed by Yahweh to bring good news to the poor, to heal broken hearts and to proclaim a year of God’s favor. Isaiah spoke these words to the exiled people of Israel living in Babylon, promising...

Preparation and Waiting

29 Nov, 2021

Let me begin by saying that this parable of the wise and foolish wedding attendants and their oil (Matthew 25:1-13) is not one of my favorites. In fact, the scholars from the Jesus Seminar lean toward this not being an authentic Jesus parable,...

Open the Heart with Gratitude

22 Nov, 2021

Nan Merrill’s translation of Psalm 100: 4 invites us to “Open the gates of your heart with gratitude and enter Love’s court with praise.” Open the gates of your heart with gratitude… I took this to mean that the act of being grateful is what...

Serving Goes Both Ways

15 Nov, 2021

So, I’ve read Mark 10:35-45 dozens of times in the course of my career, and I’ve always understood that the disciples didn’t quite get the import of all the Jesus was saying in this passage. But it just hit me this week that they weren’t just a...

A Reflection of the Divine

08 Nov, 2021

Jesus welcoming the children… it’s typically been seen as a sweet little vignette. A perfect Norman Rockwell-esque portrait of Jesus surrounded by smiling, happy kids. But when we look at it that way we completely miss the radical nature of...

To Be Remembered

01 Nov, 2021

Today we find ourselves halfway through the Gospel of Mark. We’ve heard Jesus’ teaching, we’ve seen him healing people, quieting storms and feeding thousands. He defies the Pharisees without blinking, and constantly breaks the rules. He is...

Be Opened

26 Oct, 2021

Mark 7:24-37 is one of the least Jesu-like stories I know of. I guess I'm just not used to him being hard-hearted and yet that is exactly what he is toward the Syro-Phoenician woman who begs him to help her daughter. This desperate woman is a...