#praywithusPUMC to End Racism Continues

On June 9 Princeton UMC closed its five-day Prayer Vigil to End Racism with a service on the church lawn, archived on our Facebook page. Here is the complete program.   Here are some of the prayers we lifted up:

  • We pray for an end of systemic racism that perpetuates cycles of poverty and violence.
  • We name our own need on our anti-racism journey.
  • We pray for the formation of new relationships that we need to desegregate our lives.
  • We pray for courage to become your instrument of change to end racism.

Our prayers and our work to end racism can and must continue.

Here are some ways to help…..

  • To begin your own end racism prayer vigil, here is a five day prayer guide.
  • To see the end racism resources we are compiling, link here.
  • To contribute end racism resources, post them on social media with the hashtag#PraywithusPUMC and send an email to communications@PrincetonUMC.org

Let’s end racism, once and for all.

One human family, in God.

 

 

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