"Ministry in the Era of Ferguson" CARM Conference Call
Monday, May 18, 2015
We hope this letter finds you well.
The UUMA’s Committee for Antiracism, Anti-Oppression and Multiculturalism (CARM) invites you to participate in a video conference call entitled “Ministry in the Era of Baltimore” on Friday, May 22nd at noon EST.
Mindful that our ministries have been impacted in a variety of ways due to recent high-profile police killings of unarmed African American and Hispanic men and boys and all the events that have unfolded across the nation as a result, CARM has been organizing a series of video conference calls entitled “Ministry in the Era of Ferguson.” These calls have provided opportunities for colleagues to reflect together on those impacts and discern what "Ministry in the Era of Ferguson” means.
Our May 22nd call will feature reflections from the Rev. David Carl Olson of the First Unitarian Church of Baltimore. If you would like to participate, or if you have any questions, please contact CARM chair, Josh Pawelek, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860) 652-8961. This video conference call will be limited to 25 participants.
Rev. Mitra Rahnema, Rev. Walter LeFlore Rev. Nori
CARM Member CARM Member CARM Member
Rev. Lauren Smith Rev. Josh Pawelek
CARM Member CARM Chair