To be a place where all are welcome

sar posterHave you noticed the Stand Against Racism poster in the downstairs hall and in storefronts around town? Merchants who support the Stand Against Racism campaign, by putting the signs in the window, are featured in a two-page color spread in Town Topics this week. The ad was sponsored by an anonymous donor to Not in Our Town, an interfaith, interracial group to which our church belongs. Special thanks to Joy Chen — a member of PUMC who is also vice president of the Princeton Merchants Association and proprietor of JoyCards — for designing the poster.

Princeton United Methodist Church and its members are committed to this cause. Our  vision statement says that we aim to be a place where ALL are welcome. “We embrace and celebrate the vast diversity of the people in our communities, our country, and our world.”

Consider following the Not in Our Town Princeton blog, a curated selection of media coverage and a calendar of pertinent events.

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