Observance and Reflection on Women Gaining
the Constitutional Right to Vote
Friday, August 28, 2020
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. CT
Zoom call: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81777413911?pwd=YXpsd0tBVzlMMFg3aU04TmtqeTJndz09
Meeting ID: 817 7741 3911
Scriptural Reflection: Tia Adkins. Tia Adkins is a frequent preacher at Radiance Spiritual Center and the Center for Divine Love. She also portrays Sojourner Truth in her most famous speech “Ain’t I a Woman,” in support of women’s suffrage.
We will watch the video The 19th Amendment during the meeting and discuss various aspect of this historic event. We will consider what this means to us today as Christian women.
Time to Get the Truth Out
A Racial Justice Dialogue Event
Thursday, June 18, 6:30 – 7:45 pm CT
Reflection in preparation for Juneteenth
Registration required for Zoom link
See attached flyer to register
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See the event flyer for more details
JUNE 11, 2020 6:30—8 PM
An Ecumenical listening session to give a voice to those affected by COVID 19 and the murder of George Floyd.
Zoom Meeting ID: 875 9048 7309 PW: 9H8EGD
You are invited to a Zoom Sisters CARE workshop on Friday, May 29 at 7:00 p.m.
We will have the opportunity to discuss a video specifically about St. Louis Lucky Zip Codes. The presenter is St. Louis area resident Amy Hunter and she has agreed to join us for the discussion.
Here is a link to the TEDx video entitled “Lucky Zip Codes.” Please watch this 20 minute video in advance of the Zoom meeting. It was produced in 2016 and takes on renewed urgency with our community experiences with COVID-19.
About Amy Hunter
Amy Hunter is a longtime community activist based in St. Louis, as well as a Global Equity, Diversity and Inclusion leader for Boeing. Previously, she was the manager of diversity and inclusion at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and director of racial justice for the St. Louis YWCA.
Her work has been published in journals and magazines including Essence, where she wrote about the protests in neighboring Ferguson following the death of Michael Brown in 2014.
Email email@example.com to register for this event.
I will send out the Zoom meeting information and link on Thursday, May 28 so it will be handy on May 29, the day of the meeting.
Sisters CARE Workshop
Tuesday, March 31, 7:30 to 9:00 pm
Sacred Heart Church,
17 Ann Avenue
Valley Park, MO (63088)
The program is entitled “Racial Harmony in the Practice of our Faith.” Joyce Jones, the new Program Director of Racial Harmony for the Catholic Archdiocese of St. Louis, will be presenting and hosting a panel discussion on the racial history and current experience in St. Louis. She will be speaking on the sin of racism and will use references of Sacred Scripture. This presentation will explore how relationship building, centered around prayer, education and dialogue, can foster racial harmony in our community.
Please note that this is on a Tuesday evening, not our usual Friday evening. Also, this program is for both women and men.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on March 29 to register to attend.
I Still Believe
March 25, 2020 10 am
Ronnie’s Marcus Theatre
5320 S Lindbergh, 63126
Tickets are $15.00 and include the movie and a donation to help our summer day camp activities in Fairground Park. Sales end March 8, 2020. Call 314-502-9122 to purchase tickets.
There are 10 tickets available through Sisters CARE. Contact Kathleen Martin at 314-249-3968 to attend.
5th Annual December Workshop with Dinner
This year is the 5th Anniversary of Sisters CARE.
Come share an enjoyable evening with sisters in Christ, daughters of our heavenly father.
6:00 to 9:00 pm
Emmanuel Episcopal Church
9 South Bompart
Webster Groves, MO 63119
Join the Sistas at the G3 Summit
G3 = God’s Girls Gathering to Grow, Glow and Go
Please join us on November 9, 2019 at 9:30am – Bloom Café . We will chat over coffee while we support our neighbors at this social enterprise! https://www.thebloom.cafe/
5200 Oakland Ave.,
St. Louis, MO 63110
Bloom Café is a social enterprise of Paraquad, The Disability Experts, designed to help people with disabilities prepare for employment. The program has three stages:
Training Program: Students complete a 12-week, skills-based curriculum where they study topics, such as food handling and preparation, and learn soft skills, such as customer service and workplace etiquette.
Paid Internship: Students progress to a short-term paid internship at Bloom Café and other restaurants to build skills and experience.
Job Placement: When interns are job-ready, Paraquad assists them in finding and maintaining jobs in the community.
At Bloom Café, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to live and work independently.
The movie “Harriet,” about Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad is being released on Friday, November 1.
Please join us on November 1 for the 6:45 pm show at the Galleria Theater. This invitation is open to men, women and children (as you deem appropriate, rated PG-13).
I will be in the lobby at 6:15 pm wearing my Sisters CARE t-shirt.
You can buy tickets in advance at this website ($1 per ticket service fee)