Reconstructing the Gospel Finding Freedom from Slaveholder Religion - Dimensioq
Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove examines racial blindness in white Americans and his own journey of gaining sight. “Chattel slavery is not ancient history in America. Sometimes, it’s close enough to touch. We all carry in our bodies stories that haven’t been told.” Wilson-Hartgrove frequently returns to the original landscape of the Bible to reveal the subversive origins of Christianity as he draws parallels between the plight of early Christians and modern day injustices.
Reclaiming Values In Public Life - Dimensions of Faith lecture
Evangelical Christian Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove connects us with the broad spiritual tradition and monastic witnesses, Jonathan is a leader in the Red Letter Christian movement and the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. He speaks often about emerging Christianity and faith in public life to churches and conferences across the denominational spectrum.
Clingman Forum - Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
An open conversation with Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove on his spiritual journey - bringing together thoughts on the rural working-class, white privilege, and the black-led freedom movement. He reveals the subversive origins of Christianity and the parallels between the plight of early Christians and modern day injustices
Sermon - Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove
Sermon by this spring's Dimensions in Faith Lecturer Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. A celebrated spiritual writer, noted speaker and co-founder of Rutba House.
10 AM Service March 24th 2019
The 10 AM service included a dance that is an interpretation of the hymn “On Eagles Wings” by Michael Joncas. Sung by Derrick Grant, Director of Music and accompanied by the St. Matthew's Choir. Thank you Denee Bannister and the Young Dancers Company of the Village Dance Theatre: Brianna Gilcreast, Piper McConnell, Camryn McIntosh and Julia Drennen.
Clingman Forum- KRM
The Exective Director of Kentucky Refugee Ministries brings St Matthew's Episcopal Church up to date on the challenges and successes of KRM. January 13th 2019