EVENT LISTING: (click on event, or scroll down, for details)
- Racial Healing, Justice, and Reconciliation Ministry Network meeting February 16, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Christ Church Cathedral (open to all)
- March 17, open invitation to participate in the "Friends and Family Service" 10 a.m. Sunday March 17 at St. Luke's, New Haven. Link here to register (for event planning purposes only). Caribbean Mass with award-winning liturgical steel band, fellowship hour to follow the service. From the organizers: "Established on June 7, 1844, Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church of New Haven is the fourth oldest Black Episcopal Church in the United States. Born of the righteous indignation of its founding members over continuing acts of racial discrimination meted out by the white vestry of Trinity Episcopal Church on the Green in New Haven, Saint Luke’s boasts a proud heritage."
- May 11, Dean Kelly Brown Douglas at Christ Church Cathedral, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., "What it means to be church in 'Make America Great Again' Times"