3 Events to Make a Difference
May 6, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Moving Toward Positive Change in Our Communities
May 6 • Led by Rev. Terri Stewart • 9:30 a.m – Noon
Have you heard a racist, religious, or sexist joke and not known how to respond with compassion to say that such jokes are not welcome? Have you seen someone harassed in public and wanted to help but didn’t know how? Do you have children who ask how to handle a bullying situation, and you want good strategies to help them? This training will introduce participants to proactive ways to be a supportive presence in racially or socially difficult circumstances.
KING COUNTY JUVENILE COURT IS PILOTING PEACEMAKING CIRCLES
May 6 • Led by Rev. Terri Stewart • 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
As an alternative and community-based way to resolve some of its juvenile felony cases. This reduces incarceration, fosters healing for both victims and offenders, and affords profound opportunity for transformation. This is the Gospel in action. Come to learn more!
WANTED: A SPIRITUAL PURSUIT THROUGH JAIL, AMONG OUTLAWS, AND ACROSS BORDERS
May 6 • 7:30 p.m.
May 7 • Preaching at Sunnyside UMC
A Young Chaplain Pursues an Elusive God in Society’s Forgotten Places. Come hear Chris Hoke tell his story of ministry with gang members in rural Washington.
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