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"But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream." - Amos 5:24

Justice Now Weekend

A MULTI-FAITH WEEKEND OF ACTIONS AND IMPACTS

Justice Now Weekend Flyer

Friday, November 25, 2016 AKA “Black Friday”
Economic Shutdown 2.0

8:00AM Meet Up at SW Corner of Bryant Park
(West 40th Street & 6th Avenue, Manhattan)

Photo Gallery

Saturday, November 26, 2016
Vigil and Rally for Eric Garner and all victims of Police Brutality
12:00PM at the African American Burial Ground
(290 Broadway at Duane Street, Manhattan)

Sunday, November 27, 2016
Day of Service / Flood the Churches
Activists from around the city will be invited to join participating religious institutions and perform action in service to justice. (See list below)

List of Churches

Abyssinian Baptist Church  –  9:00AM and 11:30AM – Reverend Calvin Butts & Reverend Reginald Bachus
132 Odell Park Place (West 138th Street), Harlem

Bethany Baptist – 7:45AM and 10:45AM – Reverend Adolphus Lacey
460 Marcus Garvey Blvd., Brooklyn

Ecclesia Ministries Marcus Garvey Park Congregation – 2:00PM – Reverend Dr. Clyde Kuemmerle
Drummers’ Circle, Marcus Garvey Park near 124th and Madison Avenue entrance, Harlem

Faith @ Work Christian Church – 9:30AM – Pastor Deb Jenkins
120 Dekruif Place, Frnt 1, Bronx

First Baptist Church of Crown Heights – 10:30AM – Reverend Daryl G. Bloodsaw
450 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn

Grace Congregational Church of Harlem – 11:00AM – Reverend Nigel Pearce
306 West 139th Street, Harlem

Judson Memorial Church – 11:00AM – Reverend Dr. Donna Schaper
55 Washington Square Park South, Manhattan

Latino Pastoral Action Center – 11:00AM – Reverend Raymond Rivera
14 West 170th Street, Bronx

Middle Collegiate Church – 11:15AM – Preacher Jacqui Lewis
112 2nd Aveue, Manhattan

Park Avenue Christian Church – 11:00AM – Reverend Kaji Dousa & Reverend Luis-Alfredo Cartegena
1010 Park Avenue, Manhattan

Riverside Church – 10:45AM – Reverend Bertram Johnson
490 Riverside Drive, Harlem

St. Mary’s Episcopal Harlem – 8:00AM and 10:00AM – Reverend Mary Foulke
521 West 126th Street, Harlem

St. Philip’s Episcopal Harlem – 9:00AM and 11:15AM – Rev. Patrick Williams & Rev. Chloe Breyer
204 West 134th Street, Harlem