The Jericho Walk – Give Us the Right To Remain
The New Sanctuary Coalition is calling our Faith Leaders, members of their congregations, and our allies to march the MARCH of JERICHO. We are marching around Federal Plaza in COMPLETE SILENCE in FAITH, FASTING and PRAYING IN ONE ACCORD FOR OUR IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES’ RIGHT TO REMAIN.
On the morning of Friday June 17th as we fast we will march seven times for seven weeks preceded by the sounds of the Ram’s horns of victory.
We are going to be wearing white and red (Use your white ceremonial robes with red stoles if you have them). As we begin each circle we will stop and we will raise our hands and pray the same prayer in unity.
Where: 26 Federal Plaza between Worth and Duane Streets
We gather at 10:30 am
We start marching at 11:00 am
Friday June 17th
Friday June 24th
Friday July 1st
Friday July 8th
Friday July 15th
Friday July 22nd
Friday July 29th
• To protect our immigrant communities for their RIGHT TO REMAIN with their families, with their
communities, in their schools, and in their places of worship
• To bring attention to the immorality of the detention and deportation system
New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City, Churches United to Save & Heal, 4th Ave United Methodist Church, Sion-St Mark’s Lutheran Church and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Endorsed by (in progress) : Immigration Task Force of the New York Annual Conference, United Methodist Church; The New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia; Judson Memorial Church; The Riverside Church; Victoria Congregational Church; New York Annual Conference, General Board of Church & Society, United Methodist Church; Peekskill Area Pastors Association (PAPA); Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church; Pax Christi Metro New York; Hudson Valley Community Coalition; CONNECT; Wind of the Spirit NJ; American Friends Service Committee, Immigrant Rights Program
For more information contact: Ravi Ragbir at email@example.com or call 917 566 4816, or Minister Patricia Malcolm at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 917 595-8908
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