Easter Sunday: A Resurrected Community, Intern Minister Latifah Griffin-Rogers

Some of us who are former Christians know the significance of Easter Sunday. It is the day Christians honor the resurrection of Jesus. When Jesus was resurrected, neither he nor his immediate community or early followers were ever the same. Changed by the circumstance. Similarly, since March 2020, our community and its followers haven’t been the same. I believe that a new kind of resurrection is upon us. A resurrection of community. Join us as we explore the ways to breathe life back into our beloved community. 

We will mark this occasion with the flowering of the chalice ritual, so please bring a flower for each person coming with you. The Worship Team will have extra blooms on hand.

Mrs. Latifah Griffin-Rogers is a recent graduate of Lancaster Theological Seminary with a Master’s Degree in Divinity, adding to her Master’s Degree from Neumann University in Pastoral Care and Counseling. She is our intern for the 2020-22 church years. USG is her second direct field learning experience. Her first internship was at Nemour’s Dupont Children’s Hospital in Wilmington, DE. She also works at Thomas Jefferson University in the Student Counseling Center.