After a polarizing presidential election, ongoing racial tensions and the largest terror attack on U.S. soil since 9/11, it’s been a trying year for Americans and our belief systems. On this month’s program, the Very Rev. Wilifred Allen-Faiella and other religious leaders from across South Florida share what’s on the minds of their congregations and discuss how faith can help rebuild communities moving forward. You’ll find the WPBT2 video here.
We offer a meditative time with silence, prayers, and the Lord’s Supper; a time that invites without making demands. Its simplified ritual will be grounded in the Book of Common Prayer. You’ll find more information here.
We support efforts to toughen state gun control laws as a member of the Florida Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence. The Coalition’s current focus is to ban assault weapons and expand background checks.
In this letter, Bishop Peter Eaton speaks out on the violence that is sweeping America.
“Wherever we turn,” he says, “we are either terrified or sickened, and there seems to be no comfort or safety. We shall pray once again this weekend for those who have died or been wounded by acts of human violence, and our hearts go out to the grieving.”
The Rev. Jo-Ann Murphy shares her thoughts about prayer and the many ways it can help you connect to God.
“We intend to create a public space where guests will always be welcome, ” says the Reverend Willie Allen-Faiella, rector of St. Stephen’s.
See the full God Talk video series here.