One of our Desert Cross choir members sent us today’s story. She loves singing the hymn “Lift Every Voice and Sing” and learned that it’s known as the Black National Anthem and a beloved Civil Rights song. Click the link below to visit our Adult page to learn more about this favorite hymn.
Desert Cross hosted Virtual Vacation Bible School last week. It was a fun week of songs, Jesus, crafts, Jesus, service, and Jesus! VBS included service projects, and we’re sharing ideas today for serving others. Service is for folks of all ages, so visit our Children’s page by clicking the link below for ways you can reach out and help others.
We’ve all been disturbed and disheartened by the news over the last week. Protests and unrest in the streets of America. Yet again. Visit our Adult page for more thoughts on these events.
The United States met a grim milestone last week when we reached more than 100,000 dead from the pandemic. Bishop Eaton, Presiding Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), is calling on us to observe a National Day of Mourning today, June 1. Please visit our Adult page to read the full statement from the ELCA.
The Association of Lutheran Church Musicians created a special musical offering for Pentecost. Click the link below to visit our Adult page to see and hear more than 1300 voices and musicians join together for this presentation.
This week we brought you Ramadan @ Home and Bar and Bat Mitzvahs @ Home. Today we’re bringing you Pentecost @ Home. Christians around the world will celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit this weekend. Click the link below to visit our Adult page for more about Pentecost.
Yesterday we shared a story about how Muslims observed Ramadan at home this year. Today we’re hearing about Bar and Bat Mitzvahs via Zoom. Zoom Mitzvahs! Click the link below to visit our Adult page to learn more.
This week we’re bringing you some stories about how folks of other faiths are celebrating their holy days at home. Ramadan ended a couple of days ago. Visit our Adult page by clicking the link below to learn more about Ramadan and how some celebrated it differently this year.
Shades of Yale is one of the premiere vocal groups at Yale University. Please visit our Adult page to learn more about the group and to hear them sing some beautiful music.
At the end of our worship services, we hear these words. Go in peace. Serve the Lord. We are called to go into the world and serve others. Paul Cary lived that call. Click the link below to visit our Adult page and learn more about him.