Sanctuary and Solidarity: Emerging Interfaith Coalition

Sanctuary and Solidarity: An Emerging Interfaith Coalition

Join us for the next in this series of conversations on Monday, October 23 (7:00– 8:30 PM) at Crescent Hill Baptist Church, Fellowship Hall. The entrance for the hall is off the Frankfort/back entrance to the church (not Birchwood) Map is here:

We will have a presentation about local immigration enforcement, the ordinance recently introduced to Metro Council that would govern the relationship between LMPD and ICE, faith community updates and next steps for the Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Justice (ICIJ)

This coalition (in formation) emerged from a series of “Faith Conversations on Sanctuary and Solidarity” convened by Louisville Showing Up for Racial Justice (LSURJ) during the first half of 2017.

Throughout the country courageous members of immigrant communities are leading the way in movements for justice. The emerging ICIJ stands in support of their leadership and seeks a collective way to extend our material resources, our voices and our bodies in solidarity. To this end we work closely with two local immigrant-led organizations, Mijente Louisville and La Casita Center.

Organized by LSURJ – Faith

“Kid friendly” and childcare will be arranged for children 5 and under, if needed. Contact Tricia Lloyd Sidle if you are interested in childcare by 10/16