As we continue exploring “See No Stranger” our author, Valarie Kaur writes in chapter 6 titled “reimagine.”

“… the longer I spent listening to the stories of marginalized people, tending to their wounds, the more I heard a deeper longing–for a future where we were all safe and secure in our bodies, free to pursue our dreams, where our social, political, and economic institutions supported not just our survival but our flourishing. We could resist with all our might and never deliver such a future. We needed to do more than resist. We needed to reimagine the world.”

This weekend, as our nation remembers the trauma and tragedy of the 9/11 horrors, we will gather to Reimagine our world under Revolutionary Love.

“We remember… We remember when the towers fell and the lives were lost; we remember the dust and the smoke, the despair, and the grief. … we remember the heroes, those who rushed to help, who guided the wounded down innumerable flights of stairs, … we remember [the] words of support and compassion… We remember.”

Join us inside our Sanctuary at 10 am (please note, we are asking everyone to wear masks indoors as required by Manitou Springs). We will also be live-streaming from the church sanctuary this week, so join us on Facebook on Sunday at 10 am (and then later our worship can be found on our church’s website). A printout [Click Here] of our worship details can be seen on our church’s website which you can download or you can see these details on Sunday on Facebook.

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