Published: 3/14/2021 2:57:09 PM
Truth — and its distortions — has made national headlines particularly over the past few years. Yet if we are honest with ourselves, each of us, every day, has a slippery relationship with total truthfulness. “Tell all the Truth but tell it slant …” wrote Emily Dickinson. No one speaks the truth all the time; so, how might we most often opt for truthfulness, and what do we base our practices and decisions on? And, what difference might it make if truth-telling is part of our religious practice?
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The Interfaith Council of Franklin County is sponsoring the last of three online Zoom programs titled, “Lifting the veil on racism in Franklin County.”
On Thursday, March 25, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., a panel will feature Black, Brown and White anti-racist activists sharing their stories from the justice movement.
It is the Interfaith Council’s recognition that the change we hope to see in our country is in our hands now and it is our hope that these panels are just the beginning of anti-racism work taken on by various groups, congregations and families. To register for any of these programs, email Interfaithcfc@gmail.com
Due to the continuing pandemic, all sessions will be live-streamed. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for each week’s unique Zoom log-in link.
Fourth session offered by the Rev. Dr. Cynthia Crosson-Harrington at 7 p.m. Pastor of the Whately Congregational Church, UCC. Session Title: Beauty in the Broken Places.
Fifth session offered by the Rev. Dr. Robert Gormbley at 7 p.m. Interim pastor of the Shelburne Congregational Church, UCC. Session Title: Failure Isn’t Fatal.
NORTHFIELD — Worship services at the Trinitarian Congregational Church are Sundays at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Please contact the church office for a link: 413-498-5839 or email email@example.com by Thursday at noon.