If you have MySpace, click here for some information on this. Especially if you live in the Newburgh/Evansville Indiana area.
That link will take you to the MySpace event page where you can RSVP if you would like to attend or make any comments you may want to regarding what we’re doing. I must make mention, though, that if you’re rude, you will be deleted.
For everyone else, here is what the deal is.
Two hundred years ago, British politician William Wilberforce and his band of loyal friends took on the most powerful forces of their day to end the slave trade. His mentor was John Newton, the slave-trader-turned-song-writer, who wrote the world’s most popular hymn, Amazing Grace.
This year is the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the slave trade. But the work of justice and mercy continues. 27 million men, women, and children are still enslaved around the globe.
Join us in fellowship, prayer, and discussion of how we might take action.
For more information on Amazing Grace Sunday, click here.
For more information on the community we’re trying to get started in the area, click here.