Day1 Weekly Programs by The Rev. Henry Brinton
Tuesday July 16, 2019
In the novel "City of Peace," as pastor Harley enjoys the hospitality of Sofia and Youssef, Coptic Christians, Harley begins to sense what psychologists describe as “flow,” when a person becomes energized, focused, and fully involved in an activity. As the Rev. Henry Brinton puts it in his sermon, Harley was experiencing “Christian Flow.”
Tuesday January 09, 2018
The Rev. Henry Brinton says we live in a world that is as multicultural as the Galilee of the Gentiles, and our challenge is to create places in which people can come and see Jesus, just as Philip invites Nathanael to come and see. And the best way to do this is to practice Christian hospitality, to welcome people with love and grace, just as Jesus did
Articles by The Rev. Henry Brinton
Tuesday July 26, 2022
One hundred years ago, cattle were put on trial in the United States. They were led into courtrooms to be sorted out by judges and juries. The cattle were divided into purebred bulls and scrub bulls.
Henry Brinton: Service of the Longest Night and the challenge of ACEs--Adverse Childhood Experiences
Wednesday December 18, 2019
My congregation will offer a Service of the Longest Night, sometimes called Blue Christmas in other traditions. It's focused on the pain and hurt that many people feel during the holiday season. Gatherings like these are times to acknowledge grief, loss and ACEs: Adverse Childhood Experiences.
Thursday December 06, 2018
Did you ever think: Our daily social media fixes are really weapons of mass distraction? Read Henry Brinton's column from ReadtheSpirit.com