We grieve with our brothers and sisters for those who have died at the hands of racism. At this time of such conflict and confrontation, we are reminded that Christ has given us the ministry of reconciliation. As we labor to end racial and social injustice, we invite you to express your thoughts on our Facebook page or during our weekly prayer meeting on Zoom. Use the Contact form to get more information.

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Walk for Justice and Peace, June 19, 2020

On the occasion of "Juneteenth," the holiday marking an end to slavery in the United States, First & Central members joined with leadership of the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew (SsAM) for a silent walk from one church to the other. The walk started with brief words by Father David Casson of SsAM; First & Central member and U.S. Senator Chris Coons; and our interim moderator of Session, Rev. Dr. Alison Halsey. About 100 members from our congregations and from other local churches (Grace Methodist, Trinity Episcopal, and others) then walked in silence to the parking lot at SsAM, where we observed silence for the now-infamous 8:46 representing the death of George Floyd. See news coverage (with video) here.

Promotional notice of the walk