Strength Is Found In Unity And Diversity

Strength Is Found In Unity And Diversity ❤️ 💛 💚 💙 💜
Preserving the church for all generations entails honoring its rich traditions while also embracing diversity and inclusivity. Cinco de Mayo, although not inherently tied to church practices, can serve as a reminder of the importance of cultural celebration and community engagement within religious institutions.

To preserve the church for all generations, it’s essential to maintain core teachings and practices while remaining open to adaptation. Just as Cinco de Mayo commemorates Mexican heritage and resilience, churches can celebrate their own cultural and spiritual legacies while also welcoming diverse perspectives and experiences.

To incorporate unity amongst our members of different backgrounds, be with us this Sunday as we Incorporate elements of Cinco de Mayo celebrations into our church service. We celebrate our uniqueness by embracing cultural diversity and promoting inclusivity for all generations.

For the continuing growth of the greater church, it is important to remain relevant and accessible to people of all generations. Just as Cinco de Mayo serves as a reminder of the strength found in unity and diversity, churches can draw inspiration from such celebrations to create welcoming and vibrant communities that endure through the ages.  

Join us as this Sunday as Rev. Elder Velma Garcia brings us a new message of unity and inclusivity through diversity for all generations. 

To view Sunday’s sermon click HERE 


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Rev. Mona S. Lopez M.Div.
Director of Spiritual Care
Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church
Chaplains International
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