Witness for Justice: Vigils at the National Cathedral and 16th Street

National Cathedral Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence
The Washington National Cathedral will host a vigil for Victims of Gun Violence on Thursday December 11, from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM. More information can be found on theEDOW website.
Vigil for Justice: People of Peace Lighting the Way
Members of Washington, DC’s faith communities will hold a candlelight vigil along 16th Street from Silver Spring to the White House on Friday, December 12 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM in advance of Saturday’s March against Police Violence. St Stephen and the Incarnation will be standing from Oak Street to Park Street and members of St Luke’s congregation will be standing with Foundry United Methodist from Q Street to O Street. More information can be found on the Vigils’ Facebook page.
Read more about Episcopal responses to the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions here.
As a person of faith, how are you called to stand as a witness for justice in our country?

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