On Tuesday we vote for a new president.
On Monday evening at St. Peters across the street I will join you and others in the Pelham Road corridor of churches to pray for our country on the eve of election. St. Peters initiated this service because it’s always a good idea to pray for God’s guidance in our national life, and, particularly, because this election cycle has been so divisive.
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I was born and raised in the sight of water in Hampton, Virginia. I was baptized and nurtured in the Presbyterian church. There was never a time when weekly worship attendance, the giving of ...