Active in the Struggle
(Hylda Clarke)

“How can we call ourselves followers of Jesus and not be active in the struggle?”

What does it mean for you to call yourself a follower of Jesus?

This episode features a conversation with Hylda Clarke. Ms. Clarke has been a part of The Riverside Church since 1962. She has been involved in many of Riverside’s social justice ministries and continues to share values of love, justice, and equality on future generations. It was produced by Rev. Jim Keat. Background tracks include Button Mushrooms and Sandcastle by Podington Bear.

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