sun and moonAmazing God,

On this day in the middle of the week

In this moment in the middle of the morning

As we journey in the middle of the Lenten season

We stop and catch a view of both the sun’s brilliance and the moon’s light in the deep blue sky

And we are convicted to live this day with the intention to share space, share time, share gifts, share wisdom, share culture, share herstory, share laughter, share trauma, share healing, share tears, share power, share grace, share presence.

Abundant God,

If there is enough room for the sun and the moon to exist in harmony and right relationship – there is enough room for each of us. All of us.

Good lookin’ out, God.

Thank you and amen.

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Rev. Dr. Marilyn Pagán-Banks (she/her/hers/ella) is a queer womanist freedom fighter, minister, spiritual entrepreneur, teacher, and life-long learner committed to the liberation of colonized peoples, centering the marginalized, building power and creating community. She lives in Chicago with her spouse and their teenage son (pray for us) and has two adult daughters and eight grandchildren (!—please keep praying ;)) Dr. Pagán-Banks currently serves as executive director of A Just Harvest, pastor at San Lucas UCC and Namasté UCC, and adjunct professor at McCormick Theological Seminary.

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