'This legislation, if adopted, would incite fear and create barriers of needed care that our church immigrant and refugee ministries engage,' reads a letter signed by hundreds of Latino pastors, faith leaders, and congregants.
Dwindling attendance by an increasingly elderly congregation at a historic Alabama church has prompted the difficult decision to close its doors for good, with the final worship service held this Sunday after 182 years.
Under the theme “Swords into Plowshares: Achieving Enough for All & Pursuing Peace,” the Ecumenical Advocacy Days conference met for the twentieth year in a row to worship and mobilize advocacy on a number of domestic and international policy issues.
As we celebrate the second birthday of A Public Witness, this edition recounts a few articles whose importance and impact stood out, highlights some of the attention our work has received, and reveals what you can expect from us in the future.
In "Redeeming Vision: A Christian Guide to Looking at and Learning from Art," author Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt helps us view art through a theological lens, whether the artwork is religious in orientation or not.
This issue of A Public Witness looks at problematic Christian Nationalist theology in the royal coronation of King Charles III by analyzing a 28-day prayer guide published by the Church of England and the official liturgy for Saturday’s ceremony.