Join Bishop H. Julian Gordy, and fellow Lutherans and friends from across the synod on a pilgrimage to Montgomery, Alabama, Saturday, April 27, 2019. Our purpose is to experience The Legacy Museum,
and The National Memorial for Peace and Justice
followed by a period of reflection and conversation with Bishop Gordy and members of the Equal Justice Initiative.
The agenda for the day is as follows:
- Tour The Legacy Museum in the morning.
- Break for lunch at a nearby eatery of your choice.
- Tour The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in the afternoon.
- Gather at 4:00 p.m. across the street at the Peace and Justice Memorial Center for reflection and conversation.
Are you interested? Here's what you need to do.
- Follow the link below to register your participation with the Synod Office. You may register multiple people at one time. https://se-reg.brtapp.com/MontgomeryPilgrimage
- Purchase your ticket(s) from the museum at the link following. https://museumandmemorial.eji.org/visit
- Peruse the attached Montgomery Pilgrimage Location Guide for important information about the Montgomery area, to include places to stay, worship, eat and visit. This guide is especially helpful if you plan to make the pilgrimage a weekend event. (The Montgomery Pilgrimage Location Guide is created and provided courtesy of the Rev. Tiffany Chaney, pastor developer, Gathered by Grace, Montgomery, AL.)
Should you have questions, please contact Ms. Carolyn Nottingham Davis, Executive Assistant to the Bishop, firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you in Montgomery! All are welcome!
ALL TENNESSEE 2018
122 youth and adults met November 10 & 11 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hixson, Tennessee for All Tennessee. During the event youth from across Tennessee gathered to learn more about the "GODISNOWHERE" theme by participating in different activities throughout Saturday afternoon. Youth looked at where God was through an interactive Stations of the Cross activity, they also got to ask Pastor Ed Myers and Pastor Katherine Museus any question they wanted to ask, they learned about how we can be God's hands in the midst of disasters through the work of Lutheran Disaster Relief and put together hygiene kits for Lutheran World Relief. To finish out their service that day they moved mulch on to the church's playground. Worship started with a group of youth from Christ Kiswahili Lutheran Mission leading in song and during the confession participants were invited to take a piece of string to represent their confession and tie it on nails that formed "GODISNOWHERE" - a powerful way to see that God comes to us in the midst of our brokenness and as we communed together we saw God come once again in the body and blood of Christ. Special thanks to the volunteers of Trinity Lutheran Church for their hospitality and meals, as well as the ALL Tennessee planning team for their hard work putting it all together.