Resources for These Times
Please make use of these resources for the week ahead including worship and prayer opportunities to bring comfort and strength for these days. Regardless of what happens, you are not alone—we are in this together. Please reach out to our ministry team if you are struggling.
Sunday, January 17
Prayer for Beloved Community in the Midst of COVID and Chaos
Join the Poor People’s Campaign for a 30-minute prayer service as a part of a National Call to Love, Light, and Leadership. Love tied to Justice, Light grounded in truth, Leadership rooted in a Moral Agenda for the Nation. Join @ poorpeoplescampaign.org/livestream
Monday, January 19 1:00 p.m.
A National Interfaith Service of Love, Light and Leadership
Tuesday, January 19
3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Building Back Hope: A Service of Release & Renewal
Otis Moss, Senior Pastor of Trinity UCC in Chicago, preaching On the cusp of the Inauguration, we will worship together bearing witness to this past year and pouring hope into the future. Register here: https://www.ucc.org/.../building-back-hope-a-service-of.../
Candlelight Lighting in Remembrance of Those Lost to COVID-19
Across the nation, church bells will ring, public buildings will be lighted, and Americans will place a lighted candle in a window at home at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 19 to remember the more than 380,000 who have died in the United States from COVID-19. The event will coincide with a pre-inauguration vigil at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. These gestures are meant to bring our nation together to honor those who have died, reflect on this challenging period in our history and commit to ending this pandemic and recovering.
Wednesday, January 19
Inauguration Day Morning Prayer with the Central Atlantic Conference
Join via Zoom
Meeting ID: 881 9529 160541
7:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Winter Wednesdays: Meditations on Art by People of Color
Zoom link: http://biy.ly/3mEcxHM