No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey,
you are welcome here.
150620155037-02-charleston-ame-church-0620-exlarge-169A sermon by Sidney D. Fowler based on Mark 4:35-41 following the murders of nine members of Emanuel AME Church, Charleston SC.  On Friday of this past week, we gathered with hundreds more here in DC at Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church to grieve the massacre of nine people of faith. Read more...
Honoring the Road to Love and Justice: Service for Marriage Equality, Tuesday, June 30, 7:00 p.m., Washington National Cathedral, 3101 Wisconsin Ave, NW.  Join together for a special service celebrating the advances made in the journey to marriage equality with prayers for the next steps. Read more...
That We May All Be ChangedThat We May All Be Changed. A meditation by Sidney D. Fowler based on 2 Corinthians 3:3b, 12-18 and the hymn, “Love Divine.”  I’ve always loved the verses to that classic Charles Wesley hymn. It’s one of those songs that I get caught up in – thinking about my own life and what I’m making of it. Read more...
BuildingThe recent report, "American's Changing Religious Landscape," by the Pew Research Center has reminded me again of the challenging relationship and opportunity between who we are as a church and the changing religious landscape we have just re-settled upon. Read more...
Break Away! A 30-minute meet-up for meditation, silence, and prayer, Wednesdays between 12:15 and 12:45 p.m. a time of meditation and silence in the chapel. Read more...
RingsA meditation by Sidney D. Fowler in anticipation of the presentations of arguments about marriage equality before the Supreme Court. April 26, 2015.  Where there is love, all things are possible. Read more...