From Rebellion to Revolution: Nashville Episcopal Area virtual service of worship set for June 28; churches invited to submit public witness pictures

6/16/2020



By Dr. Autura Eason-Williams
Capleville United Methodist Church
Memphis, TN


June 25 UPDATE: CLICK HERE

Memphis Conference Black Methodists for Church Renewal
(BMCR) is planning a Nashville Episcopal Area-wide virtual service of worship, From Rebellion to Revolution, on Sunday, June 28, at 3 pm. 

The service is a Pan-Methodist call to anti-racist activism and racial justice in our church and community. June 28 is John Wesley's birthday.

HERE IS A LINK TO A FLYER for an 8 minute and 46 second public witness that we are inviting all churches (white, black, brown, Asian, etc.) in our Area to make on or before June 21. This is a witness against police brutality and racial violence. You may invite local law enforcement to stand with you. This is an invitation to Methodist churches (United Methodist, African Methodist Episcopal, African Methodist Episcopal Zion, Christian Methodist Episcopal). Please spread the word.  

SEND PICTURES of the actual public witness  to Rev. Jerome Scales, Jr., at each1reach1again@gmail.com by 10 pm on June 21.  The pictures will be part of the online worship experience on June 28 at 3 pm.

QUESTIONS OR MORE INFO: Email each1reach1again@gmail.com OR amy.roberts@memphistr.org OR turaeason@gmail.com OR memtheny@gmail.com