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In this Sunday’s service we remembered and lamented Tamar, daughter of David, whose story is found in 2 Samuel 13. Through her, we remembered and lamented our own stories and connections to sexualized violence. After a healing ritual of lament songs and candle-lighting, we looked toward hope. We at JSMC are a community that ends the silence surrounding sexual abuse and violence. We are a community that walks with all who are healing – both
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From July 6-12, members of the JSMC youth group as well as other adults from the congregation served with DOOR (Discovering Opportunities for Outreach and Reflection) in Chicago, IL.  Several participants share their reflections from the week.
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Sermon by Bishop Jason Kuniholm Luke 10:1-11 and John 20:19-23
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Genesis 4:1-16
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Matthew 18:21-35 The Forgiving Community makes Jesus’ acts of forgiveness real in our lives. Some ways to do that are: Exercise 1: Ask for help to forgive someone who is difficult to forgive • Name (to yourself) the person who has harmed you so much, that it is difficult, if not impossible to forgive • Ask a close friend who is a follower of Christ to pray 10 minutes/day for the person you can’t forgive
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