St. Mark's Social Justice Book Club will meet on October 18 from 7-9 PM in the Great Hall to discuss "Citizen" by Claudia Rankine. Rankine uses prose, poetry, and photography to talk about racism and social injustice. See https://denvertalks.org/ for more details.
National Episcopal Peace Fellowship leaders and your Colorado chapter invite you to a potluck dinner and evening of sharing at St. Thomas Episcopal Church on Friday, October 20 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Come share a meal with EPF leaders and community activists. The National EPF Executive Committee will be meeting in Denver this month and will be joining us for dinner and conversation. We've invited local activists to participate and share their thoughts on issues that include immigrant rights, gun violence prevention and Palestinian justice. Please bring a dish to share and RSVP by Tuesday, October 17 to Bob Davidson or Mary Ellen Garrett.
5:30-6:00 Meet and Greet Reception
6:00-8:00 Potluck Dinner
8:00-8:30 Evening Prayer and Reflection (led by the Rt. Rev. George Packard, Vice Chair of EPF's National Executive Council and Former Bishop for the Armed Forces and Federal Ministries)
What does gun violence in Denver really look like? How can we reduce these tragic numbers?
Using a Public Health Approach to Prevent and Reduce Firearm Related Injuries
Special presentation by officials from Denver Public Health on findings from their recent research on gun violence and plans to reduce these numbers.
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