Holly MeyerNashville Tennessean The Rev. Sam McGlothlin wrote a liturgy lamenting the deaths of Black men and women at the hands of police for a class project. Four years later, McGlothlin pulled out the prayers. They were needed again. McGlothlin, no longer a student at Vanderbilt Divinity School but an associate pastor at Belle Meade United Methodist Church, was searching for … Continue reading McKendree Pastor Stephen Handy Helps Lead Service of Remembrance and Repentance
Greetings Holy, Healthy and Happy People of God! As I write this e-Note to our faithful, fearless and devoted community of radical and responsible followers of Jesus Christ, I pray that you, along with many others, have been outraged and disturbed by the insidious and unnecessary murder of Ahmaud Arbery. This news emerged during Mother’s Day weekend.Prior to the … Continue reading
What's Happening at McKendree? Good Things! March 6, 2020 Our Mission - Glorifying God by making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. Give Me Faith! McKendree's Lent 2020 Worship Series Come to worship with a prepared heart. Matthew 17:1-9 ____________________________________________________________ Tim and Kalee Barbis would like to share with you the … Continue reading What’s Happening at McKendree?
Greetings Holy, Healthy and Happy People of God, As I write this eNote to our faithful and devoted community of radical and responsible followers of Jesus Christ, I recently attended a talk from Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum, the author of Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? It is a classic … Continue reading Leadership Qualities
Greetings Holy, Healthy and Happy People of God, As I write this eNote to our faithful and devoted community of radical and responsible followers of Jesus Christ, I recently conversed with a friend with the flu. There is nothing like the flu, but in the summer season, that's unheard of. The flu is a virus … Continue reading Called to Be Carriers of Joy!