Liturgy that Matters – January 26, 2020 – 1 Corinthians 1:10-18
Themes: When unity has been used as a tool to silence the marginalized – in families, in churches, in communities, and globally, we have significant un-learning to do in order to use the concept for positive change. In this issue, we look at the differences between silencing and healing conflict. We examine the ways the communities in Corinth, so struggling to break patterns of dominant thinking and acting, have a lot to teach us about how we hold each other accountable to justice in community. And, we reflect on what it means to live “foolishly” together in a world where hierarchies and power are correlated with wisdom.