Grace Episcopal Church – Carthage

The Supreme Court, Sexuality, and Romans 1

Five-minute read. Yesterday, In a 6-to-3 ruling, the Supreme Court determined that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which bars employment discrimination based on race, religion, national origin, and sex, also applies to gay workers. The ruling means that gay people can’t be fired simply for being gay. People are going to protest against this ruling, and they’re going to quote Romans 1 in the protest. So, rather than ignore it or pretend it’s not there, let’s just deal with those passages head-on, shall we?

Put on your @#$* mask

Six-minute read. Fr. Steve Wilson (Grace, Carthage) provides a heart-rending and personal insight into the plight of a priest during the current pandemic, and writes an impassioned plea for people to take wearing masks seriously.

Seeing the Face of God in Each Other – South

Three-minute read. June saw the re-scheduling of the ‘Seeing the Face of God in Each Other’ workshops that were postponed due to bad weather earlier in the year.

Grace, Carthage

Grace Church was established under Bishop Charles Robertson in 1869. The Rev. D’Eastaing Jennings was its first rector.

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