All are invited to come together from many houses of faith and walks of life for A Citywide Interfaith Service of Healing and Gratitude presented by Mecklenburg Ministries. This free event is open to the public and will be held on Sunday, April 6, 2014 at 7:00pm at Park Road Baptist Church (3900 Park Road, Charlotte, NC 28209).
The past few weeks have been difficult for the Charlotte community. Alleged public corruption that has garnered national attention has left many of us with feelings of disappointment, confusion and anger. Charlotte has proven over the years that it is a city of resilience, character and enduring morals. This interfaith service is an opportunity for hea
Text Box: Mecklenburg Ministries promotes interfaith relationships, fosters racial and ethnic understanding,
and inspires collaboration to address social issues.
ling in the midst of brokenness, gratitude in the midst of adversity and cooperation as we move forward together.
The evening will be patterned after Mecklenburg Ministries’ inspiring Interfaith Thanksgiving Service though shorter and less formal. Music, prayer and reflections from various interfaith Clergy from throughout Charlotte will be included. The central message will be delivered by Mecklenburg Ministries Executive Director Danny Trapp, M.Div. based on the theme Being Community. Music will be provided by singer-songwriter Rev. Christy Snow, current and previous directors of the Mecklenburg Ministries Interfaith Adult Choir and other area musicians.