As a church, as a nation, we must reckon with the events of this past week. For many in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, what inspired their hate-filled crimes was their Christian faith. These acts of terror were not in spite of their faith, it was inspired by their faith. The halls of democracy and the […]
Rev. Stephanie Dodge, Lead Pastor, and members of Glendale United Methodist Church – Nashville wrote letters to Governor Bill Lee to plead with him to halt the execution of Pervis Payne, currently on Death Row in Tennessee. Find the letter from Pastor Steph above.
“I have often wondered what I would have done if I was a pastor during the Civil Rights Movement. Would I have fought to end racial discrimination and segregation like Rev. James Reeb who gave his life for the cause or would I have played it safe so that I wouldn’t make other white […]
Dr. Rip Patton, Veteran of the Freedom Riders, shares about his experience and life during Anti-Racism Workshop at Glendale UMC, June 2020. Photo by Crystal Caviness Glendale United Methodist Church’s recent workshop on Anti-Racism was featured in an article published in United Methodist Insight, “Unmasked Choir Sings; Town Hall on Racism Set July 1” that shares […]