Note on Photo: A Peruvian sheepherder is carrying an injured sheep in Wyoming, USA. Many Latin Americans immigrate to the USA to work as sheepherders. While the pay is good compared to home, it can be hard and lonesome work. They live alone in the wilderness with the sheep for 9 months of the year. Every tenth day they get supplies from the ranch, if the roads are navigable, and in the winter they can be cut of from civilization for weeks. They survive by melting snow for themselves and their horses. – “Sheepherder” by Kristoffer Hellman - National Geographic Photo Contest Winner, 2014
Scripture readings: 1 John 3:16-24 John 10:11-18
Just when I thought there would be no more light in the Jerusalem sky, the Bright and Morning Star appeared and the darkness has not overcome it.
- Ann Weems, Kneeling in Jerusalem
Scripture reading: Luke 24: 13-43
The Rev. Delle McCormick
Senior Pastor of Rincon Congregational UCC, Spiritual Director, Reiki Master, CAPCITAR practitioner for Healing and Transforming Trauma, and Pace e Bene Agent for Non-violent Change, Tucson Clergy Against Racial Profiling.