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Poor People’s Campaign: Resurrecting Hope

June 8 - June 9

Bishop William Barber II, DMin (Disciples of Christ), Co-Chair of the Poor People’s Campaign and founder of Repairers of the Breach, is coming to Richmond June 8th and 9th.  St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (815 E Grace St, Richmond) will host Bishop Barber during this important stop on his national preaching tour to mobilize turnout for the Mass Poor People’s and Low-Wage Workers’ Assembly in Washington D.C. on June 29th. All are welcome to participate in these powerful events of faith and solidarity!

Film Screening of Bad Faith: Christian Nationalism’s Unholy War on Democracy

Saturday, June 8th @ 2 – 4 PM

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Join us for a screening of the documentary Bad Faith, that traces the rise of Christian nationalist movement, followed by an insightful conversation with Bishop Barber. Register for free by visiting https://secure.everyaction.com/3tnMsmcy_UeP6vaIgp0Pmg2.

Welcome Bishop William Barber to St. Paul’s Pulpit

Sunday, June 9th @ 10 AM

Bishop Barber will join us for our Sunday service of Holy Eucharist during his national preaching tour. Bishop Barber is a renowned progressive Christian leader, who has renewed Dr. King’s dream of an intersectional movement dedicated to transformational policy changes. All are invited to be nourished by Word and Sacrament as we commit ourselves to activism and advocacy. The service will be followed by a festive reception with leaders from the Poor People’s Campaign.

Forum: Poor People’s Campaign

Sunday June 9th @ 11:45 AM

Rev. Dr. Alvin O’Neal Jackson (Mass Poor People’s Low-Wage Workers’ Assembly- National Faith Convener) and Rev. Dr. Hanna R. Broome (Repairers of the Breach- National Director of Religious Affairs) will lead a discussion on the Poor People’s Campaign, highlighting their public policy agenda for June 29th and the upcoming elections. Join us for a compelling conversation on the intersection between our faith and bold public policy initiatives.


June 8
June 9
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