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What does freedom look like to you this year?

Series: Sermons

April 01, 2021


Shackled hands, daring to break those chains, illustrated this provocative question, posed on yesterday’s Atlanta Jewish Times cover. Somehow that publication tapped a restlessness we’re all feeling, living for so long with various experiences of lockdown, longing for greater personal and communal freedoms. In our complicated city, as in many others, faithful religious observance has proven tricky, during this year’s COVID-constrained concurrence of Jewish Passover and Christian Holy Week.

Sarah Stewart
Associate Rector

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And the Word Became Flesh

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