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Rabbis Against Gun Violence | Devotional, Discussion Guide, Essays, Interviews, Liturgies, Music, Poetry, Prayers, Reflections, Website Oct 27th, 2016

Rabbis Against Gun Violence Resource Packet

On Wednesday, December 14th, 2106, the 4th Annual National Vigil for All Gun Violence Victims will be held in Washington, D.C. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, launching local vigils and commemorations across the nation from December 14-18th. Congregations from coast to coast will participate – offering prayers, songs, and education. Faith communities will remember those who have lost their lives to gunfire, pray for those whose lives have been forever changed because of gun related injuries or the loss of a loved one, and educate one another on proven strategies to reduce gun violence. Your congregation, community, school or family can participate by incorporating songs, readings, poems, prayers, sermons and/or discussions in your service, at a community gathering or vigil, or around your family Shabbat table. This Resource Packet has ready-to-use materials, suggestions, and links to other sources that make it easy for you to find what you might want or need to make this happen.

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Ken Sehested | Article, Essays, Poetry, Prayers, Reflections Sep 29th, 2016

Prayer & Politiks September 2016

A new issue of Signs of the Times” on the topic of fear with a personal response to the presidential debate, in the form of a prose poem, titled “Days of hysteria, promise of hilaria.”

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Dr. Kenneth J. Meyers | Sermons (69) Aug 10th, 2016

“ANSWERING A QUESTION WITH A QUESTION”

Dr. Kenneth J. Meyers preached this sermon on July 10, 2016 at Riverside Baptist Church in Jacksonville, FL. It is based on Luke 10:25-37 and was preached on the Sunday following the deaths of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Philando Castile in St. Paul, and five police officers in Dallas.

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CODEPINK | Discussion Guide, Website Dec 8th, 2015

Menu for Peace: A guide and resource for facilitating conversations on peace

This Menu for Peace was created for use at the CODEPINK Pop Up for Peace gatherings and can be adapted for use as needed.This is approximately a 2-hour activity.