Mary Hershberger

What, to the Disinherited, is Memorial Day?

May 30, 2021
Leviticus 19:33-34; Matthew 5:3-13

Some time ago, I was thinking about Memorial Day and how it seems to draw a line between war and the political and social rights that we value. I got a notice from my town of Brentwood last week that reminded me of this. The notice said, “The town of Brentwood will be hosting its […]

“Can’t We All Just …?”

January 26, 2020
Psalm 27: 6-9; Matthew 4:17-22; I Corinthians 1:10-13

Good Morning. This is the 3rd Sunday of Epiphany – when the Three Wise Men deduced that the star moving before them was leading to a baby who was god’s son and a human being. For those of us who are not wise men and for whom single stars don’t march off by themselves, an […]