Hope and Healing for #Metoo World to be held on Thursday, March 8th at 7 p.m. at Second Congregational Church.
The recent #MeToo Movement has opened eyes and doors to many important conversations and actions, yet many people are still struggling and haven’t found peace or healing. Since we all live in community, coming together to support one another is an important part of our shared healing.
In solidarity with the #MeToo Movement, the people of Saints James and Andrew (Episcopal Church) and Second Congregational Church (United Church of Christ) are co-hosting a Vigil of Hope and Healing for those impacted by sexual violence.
This quiet and peaceful vigil is for all people who care, and for those who want to ensure that people don’t suffer alone. The normalizing of inappropriate actions has no place in our world.
Come and light candles. Sing and pray. Find support and peace.
There will be an opportunity to briefly share your story and speak your truth, if you choose, with a listener in confidence and privacy.
March 8th is International Woman's Day, a day to remember we all have to continue to work on gender equality. Let's support and empower one another with the dream of changing this #MeToo world.
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