“If we want to reap the harvest of peace and justice in the future, we will have to sow seeds of nonviolence, here and now, in the present.”
— Mairead Corrigan Maguire
Monthly Nonviolence Series
Sunday Morning Speakers
Sun, Feb. 10 at 11am
in the Church Hall
Discover the various types of domestic violence and resources available to victims.
Coffee and Donuts provided.
Wednesday Night Movies
Wed, March 13 at 7pm
in the Rectory Meeting Room
Join us to watch and discuss the Documentary, Immigrants for Sale: Provides an intimate and compassionate portrait of the suffering caused by ill-conceived laws designed to contain immigration.
Beverages and Popcorn provided.
Cultivating Nonviolence, Harvesting Peace
JustFaith Ministries’ 8-week program, Cultivating Nonviolence, Harvesting Peace, invites participants to formulate a personal response, inspired by their Christian beliefs, to the reality of violence.
The program is designed for small groups of 8 – 12 and explores some of the central questions related to nonviolent responses to violence.
The sessions provide historical, biblical, and theological perspectives and suggest ways participants can take faithful action for God’s people.
Contact Kathy Benda at the rectory if you are interested in joining us the next time the course is offered.