Grace Church offers Witness to Injustice exercise

Sunday, March 22, 12:30 pm – POSTPONED

We at Grace are proud of our connection to David Pendleton Oakerhater, the first Indigenous person ordained in the Episcopal Church. Yet what is the story behind the stained glass windows? The story of what the Haudenosaunee call Turtle Island?      
The Witness to Injustice / KAIROS Blanket Exercise™ uses participatory education to foster truth, understanding, and respect between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in the part of the world now known as the United States; especially in the territory stewarded by people of the Onondaga Nation and other Haundenosaunee peoples.    We hope this program will stimulate deep discussions and reflections, and will point the way toward ongoing steps toward righting the wrongs which have been done. Join Neighbors of the Onondaga Nation (NOON) and Haudenosaunee facilitators as we participate in learning and dialogue through this exercise.  
RSVP if you are planning to attend: Grace Church We will serve lunch beginning at 11:30 am. All are welcome. Bring your neighbors.

Lenten Study 2020

The journey through Lent into Easter is a journey with Jesus. We are baptized into his life, self- giving, and death; then, we rise in hope to life transformed!

Join us at Grace Church on Sundays during Lent at 11:15 am in the upper hall, just outside the sanctuary.  

Materials will be provided.  All we need you to bring is your willingness to be transformed by the Spirit of the loving, liberating and life-giving God!

Contact Mary Lou Clark for more information.