The Spirituality of Remembering the Detroit ’67 Rebellion

On July 23rd, 1967, the city of Detroit erupted as conflicts between police and people became violent. For five days, Detroit was like a war zone. Father Bill reflects on the importance of remembering this history as an act of faithfulness.  You can read about it by clicking on the image below.  

The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost ~ July 16, 2017

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Proper 10A- Lectionary 15A (Sat, July 15/Sun, July 16) The Rev. Manisha Dostert When I was in high school, I took a couple of AP courses: AP Chemistry, AP Calculus, AP Physics, AP Bio.  I loved them and I was super good at them.  AP Calc was so fulfilling: to see how there could be [...]

A special project to mark Detroit ’67

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CONTACTS:   Charles Wright Museum: Juanita Moore, jmoore@thewright.org President and CEO Patrina Chatman, pchatman@thewright.org Curator of Collections Charles Ezra Ferrell, cferrell@thewright.org Director, Public Programs   Art as Ritual: William Danaher, wdanaher@christchurchcranbrook.org Oren Goldenberg, ogoldenberg@gmail.com 248.224.9063   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   PEOPLE OF THE INFINITE FIRES, A FIVE DAY FIRE RITUAL AT THE CHARLES WRIGHT MUSEUM [...]

Epiphany 5A, Sunday, February 5, 2017

A Sermon Manuscript prepared and preached  by the Reverend Manisha Dostert Epiphany 5A (Feb 4/5), 2017 at Christ Church Cranbrook