What does God require of us but to love mercy, do justice and walk humbly with God
The Nauset Interfaith Association is a volunteer association of clergy and lay leaders of some 20 member congregations on lower and outer Cape Cod. Our purpose is threefold: to deepen our understanding of each faith tradition represented; to provide mutual support and encouragement to each other; and to work together for the common good of our wider community, especially standing with the poor, oppressed and marginalized.
CAPE PILGRIMAGE TO NEW AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM Oct 25-27, 2019
The Martin Luther King Action Team of Nauset Interfaith Association is sponsoring a pilgrimage to the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. Pilgrim’s Landing in Chatham will be co-sponsor. (an interspiritual life center on Cape Cod ) The pilgrimage will take place from the 25th to the 27th of October 2019 by chartered bus and/or train.
The pilgrimage is motivated by a desire to take a positive individual and communal action fostering understanding, justice and reconciliation moving us toward the healing of our country and ourselves. Our chartered bus or buses will leave the Cape on Friday morning the 25th of October and return to the Cape by the early evening of Sunday the 27th. It will include 2 nights in the capitol and spending Saturday at the museum. All are welcome until all the tickets are taken.
If you are interested in participating please email me your email and telephone number. We hope to be able to secure 60 tickets. The tickets are free. The primary costs will be the bus and overnight accommodations for 2 nights in Washington. When you register please indicate if you will need overnight accommodations and if so whether you want a single or double room. Hope you can come! Fr. Ken Campbell: firstname.lastname@example.org 413-478-5719
Lights of Liberty
Dear Nauset Interfaith colleagues and friends, A week from tomorrow on Friday July 12th across our country there will be hundreds if not thousands of public gatherings or vigils to call for an end of human detention camps in our country. ( see lightsforliberty.com ). There is plenty of room for dialogue and discussion about what is a reasonable policy for the USA consistent with our principles enunciated in our founding documents for immigration/refugee/asylum seekers. However, what is going on in human detention camps in our country right now is REPUGNANT to all that we seek to stand for in a country dedicated to " life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," and "liberty and justice for all."
Please remember in your prayers all those suffering because of their internment, especially the children who have died . the dead children include: Jakelin, 7 year old girl, Felipe,, 8 year old boy, Juan, 16 year old boy, 2 year old boy, from Guatemala, Carlos,16 year old boy, and a 10 year old girl from El Salvador, name not released.
I commend to your participation the Lights for Liberty event on the Orleans Town Common ( next to the Snow Library ) from 4 to 5:30 PM on Friday, July 12th. All ages welcome including children! There will be singing, speaking and a closing silent vigil as we remember those suffering in the camps right now, especially children. Bring signs and chairs if you can. Lots of parking at Nauset Regional Middle School next to the common.
Here are some other Lights for Liberty Vigils on Cape Cod: BREWSTER- 4:30 TO 6:00 pm AT First Parish Unitarian Universalist, 1969 Main St; DENNIS 6:30 to 9 PM, Dennis Town Hall, 685 route 134; EASTHAM- 4:30 to 6:00 PM, Windmill Park Green, route 6 and Samoset Rd.; FALMOUTH- 12 Noon to 1 PM, Main Street and Hamlin Ave.; HARWICH- 7:30 to 9 PM, route 124 and 39; HYANNIS- 11 AM to Noon, First Baptist Church, 486 Main Street; PROVINCETOWN- 9 to 10 PM, Provincetown Town Hall, 200 Commercial St.; WELLFLEET- 8:30 to 8:30 PM, Wellfleet Town Hall, 300 Main St.
Special thanks to the Refugee Support Team of NIA and the Social Justice committee of the Federated Church of Orleans and Am Ha Yam Havurah for organizing this event. Ken Campbell, convener, Nauset Interfaith Association.
VOLUNTEER NEEDED: Attorney with some experience in securing town committee approvals for a special residence
The Beloved Community Action Team of Nauset Interfaith is very much in need of an attorney with some experience in securing town committee approvals for a special residence, Beloved Community House, in Orleans as well as establishing a 501 © 2 group as an affiliate of Nauset Interfaith which is a 501 © 3 non-profit organization. Hopefully this can be done pro bono or at a low cost rate. If you think you might be able to help please contact Fr. Ken Campbell at 413-478-5719 or email@example.com
All monthly meetings are on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 11:30 am to 1 pm, except during the summer. Light refreshments are provided by the host congregation.
Donations may be send to Nauset Interfaith at Box 306, South Orleans, Ma. 02662. Checks should be made out to Nauset Interfaith Association. If you wish to support one of the action teams please note on memo line.
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