Solidarity Wednesdays with Rev. Joe Archie

July 01, 2020

Grace and peace! I am Rev. Joseph Archie III, one of the Peace with Justice Coordinators for the Peninsula-Delaware Annual Conference and the Wilmington District Superintendent. Please join us for “Solidarity Wednesday”, a series of webinars produced by the Peninsula-Delaware Conference. The webinars will give a voice to leaders in various ethnic and social communities to educate us on justice issues. We will explore ways to be advocates for justice from a Christian perspective. Each Wednesday night at 6:30 pm from July 8th – August 5th, I will spend an hour hosting a leader or two from our community and you will have an opportunity to hear their stories and thoughts about how we can work for justice together. You will also be able to interact with me and the guests by entering questions and comments in the chat for us to answer and discuss. Thank you in advance for joining us as we work together in solidarity for the Reign of God on Earth.     

“…Let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.” Amos 5:24

Each session will be a one-hour long zoom webinar.  Please use the link below to register for any or all nights. After registering, you will receive an email containing the link and password for your selected session. 
 

Weekly Sessions:

August 12 - Rev. Dr. Rebecca Collison, Nelsons Memorial UMC, Hebron, MD. Dr. Collison will speak on disability ministries. 

 

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Past sessions:







Resources from Rev. Carlos:
Go online and give at:

- Justice for Our Neighbors (JFON) Delaware-Valley

- Deaconess Cindy Andrade Johnson - Matamoros, Tamaulipas

- GBCS 

Books

  • Jesus was a Migrant by Deidre Cornell 
  • Immigration and the Bible: A Guide for Radical Welcome by Joan M. Maruskin
  • Immigrant Neighbors Among Us edited by M. Daniel Carroll R and Leopoldo A. Sanchez
  • Migrants and Citizens: Justice and Responsibility in the Ethics of Immigration by Trisha M. Rajendra
  • Christians at the Border by Daniel Carroll R. 
  • Social Principles & Book of Resolutions

Audiovisual 

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