January , 2019

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Dear Family and Friends:
This week there were shootings and killings across the city and a 22-year-old 
was shot and killed at 79th and Loomis in the middle of the day in the White 
Castle’s parking lot, touching off new gang friction.  We must address this 
immediately to let it be known WE WILL not accept the violence!
This Sunday (March 4th), during the 10 a.m. Unity Service, the sermon will
 be an action in our streets and prayer.  We will begin service as usual, and
 the sermon will be an Action, and we will return to church to continue mass.
There will be two groups, those that take to the streets and those
 who will intercede in prayer in the Sanctuary for the sermon.
 I realize this is radical to many, but OUR CHILDREN 
I am asking for your support and trust in this!  Please come prepared, I need 
your presence.  Men, I need you!  Spread the word!  Let’s have church 
and let’s be church!
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