Interfaith Prayer Service for an End to the Use of the Death Penalty
Join us in praying for an end to the use of the death penalty in a special interfaith prayer service. The Interfaith Prayer Service for an End to the Use of the Death Penalty will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 30, 2016, at Joe Chillura Courthouse Square Park (400-498 E Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602). Please use street parking around the park.
Allison Ferber-Miller, Assistant Public Defender, Sixth Judicial Circuit
Msgr. Robert Morris, Vicar General, Diocese of St. Petersburg
Rev. Russell Meyer, Florida Council of Churches
Rabbi Jason Rosenberg, Congregation Beth Am, Tampa
Rev. Kim Wells, Lakewood United Church of Christ, St. Petersburg
Rev. Dr. Bernice Powell Jackson, First United Church of Christ, Tampa
November 30 is the World Day of Cities for Life/Cities against the Death Penalty. On this date, cities across the world mobilize to renounce the death penalty and work for a more civil form of justice. Congregations are invited to light their worship space as a sign of solidarity on the evening of November 30. A representative of each Congregation will be presented with a candle at the prayer service to take back to their faith community.
Prayer for an End to the Use of the Death Penalty
Questions? Please contact Sabrina Schultz, the Director of Life Ministry, at email@example.com or at 813-246-6916.