Breaking the Mask

A Poem When I was in college, I discovered a poet, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, who was a freed slave born in 1872. He wrote a poem called, We Wear the Mask,* and the images from the first verse stay with me. We wear the mask that grins and lies It hides our cheeks and shades our eyes — This debt we pay to human guile; … Continue reading Breaking the Mask


Our World In a world with so much movement and noise, sometimes we need a place to rest our hearts and minds. This is that place. Here is where we process. We unite to pray about the things that weigh heavy in our hearts. So many of us have gone through quite a bit in life and as for me, I have learned things the … Continue reading Welcome