Like many of us, Peter has a wandering heart. His journey is not polished, or linear, or perfect, but he is always tethered to the love of God. When you look closely at Peter’s story, you find Jesus at each step along the way—offering him abundance, catching him when he begins to sink, challenging him when he stands in the way, washing his feet, predicting his betrayal, and offering him agapē love. This Lent, we’re joining Peter in figuring out faith. We’re not idolizing or vilifying him; instead, we’re hoping to wander alongside him, open to what we might learn about Jesus (and ourselves) by stepping in his shoes.
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Detroiters can receive food box donations at the Church of the Madonna at Oakman & 12th Street in Detroit on Wednesdays beginning at 10a.m. Pull up and a food box will be placed in your car.
The Oakland County website has a list of organizations offering assistance for County residents during the COVID19 pandemic. Food, legal, LGBTQ+, language, health and mental health services, among others.
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We are an inclusive community - all are welcome!
In recognizing Christ’s calling to treat others as we desire to be treated, Northminster Presbyterian Church welcomes all people, regardless of sexual orientation, color, gender, politics, religion, age, social or economic class, ethnicity, nationality or disability. We value all members of the community.
We consciously strive to create an environment of mutual respect, hospitality & warmth in which none are strangers and all may flourish.
Visit our beautiful outdoor Interfaith Labyrinth!
We are a member of the Detroit Parish Council cooperative.
In the foundational parable for the Matthew 25 vision (Matthew 25:34–36), those who meet the needs of the hungry, the thirsty, the stranger, the naked and the imprisoned are the ones welcomed by the king, who then recognizes them as his sheep. Each of those conditions that Jesus lists, added together, constitute systemic poverty.
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