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Jun 7, 2020 | Megan Ramer, Sermons, zoom church

Today, we tented with some Black Anabaptist kindred: Osheta Moore, Jerrell Williams, and Glen Guyton. Sister Osheta called her “Dear White Peacemakers” following to show up for anti-racism in better ways than we are. Pastor Megan follows her lead: I’m sorry. I’m listening. I’m learning. Also: Mennonites & Police Abolitionism – if we don’t have the ancestors we need in this work, then our call is to BECOME the ancestors we wish we had. [sermon begins at 22:10]



Megan M Ramer



Narrative Lectionary – summer


Permission to podcast the music in this service obtained from One License with license #A-726929. All rights reserved.

  • How Can We Be Silent – Words and Music by Michael Mahler, © 2003, GIA Publications, Inc.
  • We walk by faith and not by sight – Words by Henry Alford; Music by Marty Haugen, © 1984, GIA Publications, Inc.
  • My Soul Cries Out – Words and Music by Rory Cooney, © 1990, GIA Publications, Inc. (arrangement of Irish traditional tune)

Other credits:

  • Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness (Ordinary Terrible Things), by Anastasia Higginbotham.

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