Souring the Table

Souring the Table

– by Mary Ann Barclay – “We served him at the table with wine, unleavened bread. "The one who will betray me now eats with me," he said. His friends would not believe him, but one by one that night, as soldiers came to take him, they scurried out...
Longing for real (not moot or hypothetical) peace

Longing for real (not moot or hypothetical) peace

Why do you have to break up our church when you could just move to another denomination where you are welcome? Don’t you care about church unity? If you have a problem with the rules of our denomination maybe it’s time to move on. Why do you have to keep putting this...
John Wesley’s Case for LGBTQ Ordination

John Wesley’s Case for LGBTQ Ordination

  There have always been disagreements about what it takes to be a minister. From the earliest days of our movement the faithful have been in tension with one another over the credentials necessary for a life of vocational ministry. Within our denomination alone...