When the members of our congregation talk about attending the General Assembly in New Orleans, everyone says that the best part was the lecture by Bryan Stevenson. This lawyer has worked to release innocent people on death row and change laws that send juveniles to adult prisons without hope of parole. That all sounds dark–and yet the people who read or listen to his work become filled with hope. Come find out why! How is this work connected with our second principle: Justice, equity and compassion in human relations?
This service will be followed with pizza and conversation between our South Valley youth and minister.