Path to Peace Christian Gathering Oct. 7 at Foley United Methodist
Path to Peace Christian Witness to Racial Reconciliation, will host a gathering of God’s children from black, white and hispanic churches to reflect on the Christian call to reconcilliation between races with music, worship and reflection on Sunday, Oct. 7 from 3-5 p.m. at the Spirit Center at Foley United Methodist Church (915 Pine St.). The event is free and open to everyone.
On Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018, Path to Peace hosts twin events in Foley and Spanish Fort to fight “racism of the heart.”
The event will feature keynote speakers, free food and opportunities to connect with neighbors of a different ethnicity. Path to Peace believes that forming lasting relationships beyond racial boundaries is a first step to eradicating racism of the heart, a prerequisite for addressing the racial disparities that exist.
Path to Peace is a growing, ecumenical, racially diverse movement spreading across Baldwin County whose mission is simple: to facilitate personal friendships across racial boundaries through engaging community events and activities. Made up of churches, clergy, civic leaders, nonprofits, public servants, and volunteers, Path to Peace is unapologetically non-partisan, Biblically-based, and Christ centered to expose and eradicate racism.
For additional information, visit the Path to Peace website at pathtopeaceal.com.
The Path To Peace movement facilitates personal friendships across racial boundaries through engaging community events and activities. For more info, email pathtopeacesouthbald