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On Worship & Physical Distancing

Since the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, the gathering together of Jesus’s disciples for fellowship and worship has been an essential aspect of what it means to be the church. They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Everyone was filled with awe…

Lent 2020

This Lenten season, the guide that is recommended for Roots is called “Drawing Closer to Creator & Creation: An Indigenous Journey Through Lent.” The content is created by Dr. Randy Woodley, “a public theologian, author, farmer, activist, speaker, story-teller and wisdom keeper. He is a leading voice in the movement for earth justice, and writes…

Black History Month, Week 4

Roots Covenant Church is a church that celebrates the vision of the Kingdom of God John saw in Revelation 7, of every tribe, every tongue, all peoples worshiping Jesus the Lamb together. To commemorate Black History Month this year, each week of February we are setting aside a portion of our gathering to reflect on how members of…

Black History Month, Week 3

Roots Covenant Church is a church that celebrates the vision of the Kingdom of God John saw in Revelation 7, of every tribe, every tongue, all peoples worshiping Jesus the Lamb together. To commemorate Black History Month this year, each week of February we are setting aside a portion of our gathering to reflect on…