Saturday, December 6, 2014

St James and Temple of Glory churches to protest THIS Sunday re: #BlackLivesMatter

Location: 8000 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60619, USA
From Rev. William Hall of St. James Evangelical Lutheran church (8000 S Michigan)


Tomorrow we will march down 79th from State to Eberhart praying on each corner.Our morning worship service will start 10:00am and directly following worship we will march down 79th.Rev. William HallPastorSt. James Lutheran Church



Pastor Fredrick Wilson of Temple of Glory International (311 E. 95th st.) is also planning a protest in conjunction with their 10am service. (Home page = http://www.ttogi.org/) 


I don't usually march or participate in politics but This is IMPORTANT!! I've been inspired by my friends Chris Harris Sr. LaRue I Pastor Kidd and Roosevelt Watkins!!
I need my soldiers tomorrow!!!! Our church is participating in a protest march against the violence and injustice in our nation, from our church to 95th St. & Cottage Grove immediately after church!! We need people! Invite friends! ‪#‎blacklivesmatter‬ (wear or bring comfortable shoes and warm clothes!)
The church MUST take part in this national movement!

Any other churches participating? Let us know BOTH here as a comment, and on Facebook.

Edit: Chatham Fields Lutheran Church at 8050 S. St. Lawrence is also participating.  Their service also begins in the 10 am hour. 

Edit: Temple of Glory is joining Bethlehem Star. See Pastor Roosevelt Watkins' Facebook announcement :
Join us as Bethlehem Star Church will be taking it to the streets, Sunday, Dec. 7th directly after service 1pm. We will gather at 9231 S. Cottage Gr and march to 95th & Cottage Gr. We will be joined by PastorFredrick E Wilson Jr. & Temple of Glory

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