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and for study on Wednesday evenings at 7:30PM (message for the zoom link).
Operating as usual
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We're reflecting on the story of Philip and the Ethiopian Eu**ch.
The privileges of a child is such an important list.
Join us this morning for worship on zoom!
We welcome Brittni Coe from Metrocrest to reflect on Exodus. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83511594114
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A prayer for Earth Day: God we pray that we might act to defend your creation today and every day. Today we confess the massive destruction we have inflicted upon the ecosystems that sustain us. We name the need to end the burning of coal and oil immediately. We know our desire to maintain the wealth we enjoy because of the exploitation of your creation. Help us to imagine well a society, where we respect your cosmos and work together to care for all that is good and beautiful in your world. Amen. And a brief reflection on what we are facing if we keep on our current path, and don't put a stop to global warming: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2021/03/extreme-climate-change-history/617793/
The Terrifying Warning Lurking in the Earth’s Ancient Rock Record Our climate models could be missing something big.
We name with MCUSA Executive Director Glen Guyton that a guilty verdict does not end injustice embedded in the criminal justice system, or our nation's deep need for a new vision of peace. Thank you Glen for your call to all of us.
"I am not celebrating that a murderer was convicted and held accountable for his crimes. That is what is supposed to happen in a just legal system."
Read Executive Director Glen Guyton's full reaction to yesterday's verdict. http://ow.ly/reWC50EucLK
This morning we will reflect on the Peace of Christ, and what it means in a broken world. Join us on zoom here:
We lament the ongoing violence upon our Black siblings and pray for God’s justice in our communities. We join Habakkuk’s cry to a God who hears us.
join us as we learn more about the Doctrine of Discovery and Indian Child Welfare Act
The North Texas Peace Advocates are putting on an informational event about the crisis in Yemen this evening at 7:00, and all are welcome.
Welcome! You are invited to join a meeting: Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen: Impact on Populations Health Discussion . After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen: Impact on Population's Health. Keynote Address: Dr. Aisha Jumaan, Yemen Relief & Reconstruction Foundation. Yemen is the greatest humanitarian crisis in the world. The U.N reports that millions of Yemenis are on the brink of famine. The war and the blockade imposed on Y...
Easter service in the park
We're having trouble with facebook live this morning, but all are welcome to join us on zoom! https://zoom.us/j/810523212. Our theme this week is "Deep in the Ground: called to deep healing"
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Each year PMC raises money for MCC (Mennonite Central Committee) with a bracket game.
For each game you pick incorrectly, you commit to give MCC a penny in the first round, 2 cents in the second, 4 in the sweet 16, and so on. This means the maximum donation is $9.60. (Feel free to add a zero or two to your personal wager)
Everyone is welcome to play at
The password is pmc123, and you'll have to set up a CBS account if you don't have one already.
Please remember to submit your picks after you fill out your bracket!
picks.cbssports.com Play Pick’em Fantasy Sport games with CBS Sports and win cash prizes. Play against your friends and or compete for prizes in various formats and game modes.
All are welcome to this 4th Sunday in Lent. Join us as we reflect on 50 years of Easters at PMC. The zoom link for the 11:00 worship as usual is https://zoom.us/j/810523212.
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REMINDER: "Apostle for Change": A conversation with Felipe Hinojosa
Join Frank Scoffield Sánchez and Iris de Leon-Hartshorn as they interview Felipe on his new book. Spanish interpretation provided.
March 17, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Brethren Mennonite Council for LGBT Interests
Pastors and lay leaders are invited to join us for this helpful series! Don't forget to register.
Join us as we reflect on "Deep in the Changing Sky" for Lent 3 this week. The zoom link is https://zoom.us/j/810523212.
Thanks for your care for Mennonites in Texas!
Glen Guyton, executive director of Mennonite Church USA, and leaders of Western District Conference and South Central Conference invite you to join them for an update on congregations in Texas that are recovering from the recent storms and for the latest news about MennoCon21.
We appreciate the support of Western District and Mennonite Church USA!
Join Glen Guyton, executive director of Mennonite Church USA, and Heidi Regier Kreider, conference minister of Western District Conference, for an update on congregations in Texas that are recovering from the recent storms and for the latest news about #MennoCon21.
Join us as we reflect on "Deep in the Woods" for Lent 2 this week. The zoom link is https://zoom.us/j/810523212.
If you have some plumbing skills and some free time, Mennonite Disaster Service is helping repair broken pipes.
Early Response Teams from Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS) are heading to Texas with a focus on repairing broken pipes and water lines so residents hard-hit by the recent deadly ice storm can make their first step toward recovery.
The storm sent some 29 million people into a state of crisis and, though power is back on for many, burst pipes have flooded thousands of homes and water shortages are still dire. https://mds.mennonite.net/volunteers-experienced-in-plumbing-repairs-needed-for-texas/
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WEBINAR REMINDER for Thursday, February 25
7:30-8:30 p.m. ET:
#LearnPrayJoin Cost of War: http://ow.ly/hIea50DIQDD
In this webinar, panelists will bring awareness to the economics of war and share the various ways they have resisted paying for war.
One of the fun things we get to do is support student research aimed at helping people. Today I was invited to share this study for parents with kids at home. If you're a parent, feel free to sign up!
(explanation of the study here:)
mds.mennonite.net Mennonite Disaster Service (MDS), working with its National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD) partners and church
Join us for worship this morning as welcome the season of Lent and reflect on deep relationships. You can watch on facebook or join us on zoom: https://zoom.us/j/810523212.
Lent has begun, and in this season of prayer and preparation we're focusing on the theme "Deep Calls to Deep".
For worship tomorrow you are encouraged to collect 6 stones and a marker to write on them as prayer tools for the sermon response.
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Pray for congregations, people of Texas hit hard by snowstorm.
Pastors and congregants across Texas, are experience rolling blackouts, power, and water outages.
Some must move to friends and families’ homes until power service is restored. One of the most common needs is the loss of wages and property damages.
Cancelation of work is a growing concern. This impacts the most vulnerable families that live paycheck to paycheck. Coming from months of limited work hours or unemployment, this is not looking good for many that have restricted access to resources.
Amid all this chaos, we can always see the generosity and empathy from neighbors, friends, and strangers looking for common good in the communities and congregations.
We pray for improved weather conditions and that we can continually find ways to support each other.
You can also donate to the Grace Fund which helps Hispanic congregations in crisis. Learn more here: https://www.mennoniteusa.org/news/iglesia-menonita-hispanas-new-grace-fund-to-support-hispanic-congregations-in-crisis/
Get the vaccine. Destroy the death star. https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/mrna_vaccine.png
The snow is beautiful, but dangerous.
The City of Dallas has opened up the Convention Center for all those in need of housing.
If you'd like to donate to support feeding those in need, Faith Forward Dallas is collecting money at https://www.wrumc.org/emergency
wrumc.org Temperatures in Dallas are not only at lows, especially for those who face consistent shelter and housing insecurity. Because homeless shelters are at capacity, The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas has been opened to shelter our neighbors and they also need to be fed.
Join us for worship this morning as we talk about Valentine's Day and Christian love- You can watch on facebook or join us on zoom: https://zoom.us/j/810523212.
Join us for worship this morning as we welcome Michelle Armster, director of Mennonite Central Committee Central States! You can watch on facebook or join us on zoom: https://zoom.us/j/810523212.
We struggle together to care for our communities, with masking, hand washing, and physical distance. And sometimes we get angry at one another for not doing a good enough job, for the reality that Covid continues and has killed so many and caused so much pain, and we wish we could do more. So I think it is worth naming that our heroic efforts have obliterated the flu this year, not to mention the other colds and sniffles that plague the winter months. This is uniquely hard! https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/how-covid-19-ended-flu-season-before-it-started/
fivethirtyeight.com In the third week of 2021, clinical laboratories nationwide tested 23,549 specimens for influenza. Of those, just 0.3 percent (65 tests) turned up positive — a…
If you missed this weekend's conference on Race and the Death Penalty, you can watch it here!
youtube.com Week 6 | We Are Rodney ReedZoom conference sponsored by Amnesty International, Dallas Group The purpose of the conference is to highlight the inherent system...
We're doing a Question and Answer sermon this morning! Samuel will reflect on whatever topics you'd like! So think about what questions you might find interesting.
The zoom link, as usual is https://zoom.us/j/810523212.
[01/23/21] This Sunday pastor Samuel is doing a Question and Answer sermon- if you've got questions you'd be interested in him addressing, you can leave them in the comments!
We practice the radical welcome of God. Whether you are single, married, divorced, widowed, straight, gay, bi or unsure, transgender, cisgender or non-binary, documented or undocumented, we welcome you. We believe that black and brown lives matter and that white privilege is real. We believe that Christ loves our whole selves.
We love crying infants and wiggly toddlers, immature grey-haired people and children with old souls.
Whether you are mobile or have limited mobility, verbal or non-verbal, blind or deaf, on the spectrum or have a difference in intellectual ability, we welcome you.
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