Tag Archives: Social Justice

‘I WILL DO SOMETHING EVERY DAY’

(Editor’s Note: Amy Wilson Feltz, associate pastor of Aldersgate United Methodist Church, shared this Facebook post, encouraging others to join her in contacting elected officials to advocate for peace and justice for all. “I will do . . . something, every day,” is her vow. Contacting senators and representatives is a start.) By AMY WILSON FELTZ Hi, Friends. I typically reserve

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You’re invited to join the (Cafe) conversation

The first Cafe Conversation of the 2017/2018 academic year will be held 7-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1, at Mezamiz Coffee House, 3909 S. Seventh, in the Cloisters shopping center. Cafe Conversation is a spinoff of the Abilene Interfaith Council. It is geared toward college-age students but is open to anyone interested in participating in the dialogue. The event will explore

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Add your voice to those speaking out against hatred and violence

People of faith all over the country are speaking out against the bigotry and hatred that ended in death in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend. If you would like to add your comments, thoughts, reflections, please send to editor@spiritofabilene.com And, please attach a photo of yourself. Below are submissions from Jacob Snowden, president of the Abilene Interfaith Council, and Jen

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