Election Season Prayer for Peace
Please continue to visit the Virtual Election Season Prayer Room for Peace, and/or participate in the Election Season Prayer for Peace, as the U.S. enters the post-election phase. May peace prevail through this uncertain time!
Read All About It!
Please read the latest publication by Kathleen Bonnette (JPIC), Do American kids need antiracist education? Check out the Read All About It page for more articles by sisters and staff!
BLACK LIVES MATTER
JOIN US - LET OUR VOICES BE HEARD – “IF NOT NOW – WHEN”
Saturday, November 7, 11AM -12PM
Faith Lutheran Church and other churches
in Cockeysville will join in the BLM Rally
10854 York RD
Faith Lutheran’s address is 8 Sherwood RD
JOIN THE RALLY- BRING A SIGN
WEAR A MASK/HONOR SOCIAL DISTANCING
Parking behind the church, across the street, and street parking
Call or email Ryan Sattler – email@example.com/ 717-891-6156
RACIAL JUSTICE CIRCLE – BLM rally organizer
Ascension Lutheran Church First & St. Stephens’s UCC
Cathedral of Mary Our Queen Church of the Redeemer
Grace United Methodist Church Black Onyx Movement
St. Matthew Catholic Church St. Anthony of Padua CC
Faith Presbyterian Church Pax Christi Baltimore
Most Precious Blood Catholic Church Blessed Sacrament CC
St. Francis of Assisi catholic Church Congregation Beit Tikvah
Latino Racial Justice Circle Call to Action Maryland
Bolton Street Synagogue Beyond the Boundaries
Immigration Outreach Service Center School Sisters of Notre Dame
St. Gabriel Catholic Church-Woodlawn BRIDGE Maryland, Inc.
St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church Sister of Bon Secours, USA
St. Matthew LEAD-LGBTQ+ Ministry Catholic Charities of Baltimore
Faith Lutheran Church - Cockeysville St. Dominic Catholic Church
Benedictine Sisters of Baltimore
We invite you to join U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking for a webinar on the intersection of human trafficking and socially responsible investing, featuring speakers Jean Sliwinski, CSSF from ICCR and Kathleen Coll, SSJ from USCSAHT. Register here.
In case you missed it…
The Water Committee is working on series of educational resources about water accessibility and sustainability. We invite you to reflect on the first piece by Sister Mary Heather, “Spirituality of Water.”