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Begins Wednesday September 23 at 7:30PM in Morrill Hall

As part of your mystic way “action,” I invite you to participate in a series of talks/conversations on poverty, racism, and gun violence. Let’s begin by becoming more informed. Our first speaker on September 23 will be the United States Attorney for the State of Connecticut, Deirdre Daly. She will speak primarily about gun violence in Connecticut. We will invite other speakers to join us. If you have suggestions, I hope you will be in touch with my assistant, Beth Ralston. (bralston@stmarksnewcanaan.org) Please mark your calendars, every other Wednesday in the Fall: September 23, October 7 & 21, and November 4 & 18. The gatherings will be at 7:30PM in the Church and will begin and end in prayer. In time we can each deliberate and discern what the Lord would have us do.

The Reverend Peter F Walsh

Rector

 

Click here to watch the series!

 

Recent speaker, The Rt. Rev. Ian T. Douglas, Ph.D., 15th Bishop of The Episcopal Church in Connecticut and a founding member of Bishops United Against Gun Violence is conducting an online course titled, A Christian Response to Gun Violence. Bishop Douglas offers a challenging and inspiring response that can help Christians think through these difficult issues: How are Christians to respond to the pervasive firearm violence that roils the United States? What is a theology for challenging gun violence? What is our Christian responsibility?

 

For more information on the course or to sign up for it, please click here. 

 

 

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