SOUNDS OF PEACE – Music for the 2016 International Day of Peace
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7:30 pm,
Duke Memorial United Methodist Church (504 W. Chapel Hill St.) in Whitford Hall. Come celebrate and sing for more peace in our world!
Jesse James DeConto of Durham County Beer & Hymns will sing peace songs that span the 20th century, from Louis Armstrong to U2, plus original songs of peace from his indie-pop project The Pinkerton Raid, with special guests including: BRETT HARRIS, KAITLIN GRADY (New Reveille), CHRISTIAN FOUSHEE-GREEN(Chit Nasty), OMAR RUIZ-LOPEZ (Violet Bell, Crystal Bright & The Silver Hands). Each year on Sept. 21, communities around the world celebrate a day to pray and sing and hope once again for peace among all people. Donations at door support re-entry services for formerly incarcerated neighbors in Durham, through the Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham.
Durham Congregations in Action is a cooperative, multi-faith network offering care and support for the most vulnerable and forgotten in our community, and planting seeds in new initiatives to change lives in Durham. Its mission is to bring together congregations to promote understanding across boundaries of faith, race and ethnicity and build an inclusive community of justice and peace.
In a spirit of reconciliation and with gratitude for the gift of diversity, DCIA seeks to engage and empower people of faith to create a community of justice and peace through our common prayers and acts of compassion; and with prophetic courage to act as advocates for the dignity and well-being of all persons, recognizing that behind every human face is the face of God.
Mental Health Guide for Faith Leaders
Here is a resource for faith leaders who may have questions about mental health.