Thursday, June 18, 2015
Events: Pastors, Leaders & Police in Baltimore’s Most Violent Month in 40 Years Join in Prayer for Summer of Peace and Reconciliation (June 20, 2015, Baltimore)
Baltimore, MD - June 18, 2015 (God Inspires) -- On Saturday, June 20, city pastors, community leaders and police facing the highest murder rate in 40 years will engage in a unity and prayer rally. The rally has been organized by the Multi-Cultural Prayer Movement of Baltimore: 400 participating churches in the Mid-Atlantic Region. In strategic community engagement, the allied churches will address root causes of poverty and unrest in Baltimore and all of Maryland.
All Baltimore residents are invited to join Lt. Col. Melvin Russell, chief of Community Partnerships Baltimore Police, and a host of faith leaders from across Baltimore in a Bless Baltimore Prayer Motorcade to some of the city’s most intense sites of violence. Faith leaders include:
Bishop Angel Nunez (Bilingual Christian Church)
Bishop Clifford Johnson/Pastor Darryl Brace (Mt. Pleasant Church)
Bishop Willard Saunders (Created For So Much More)
Bishop Mike McDermott (Life Source Int’l)
“After prayer, churches across Maryland will work together to create a greater sense of peace and reconciliation on the streets of our communities,” stated Bishop Harry R. Jackson, Jr. of The Reconciled Church Movement (thereconciledchurch.org)
WHAT: “Bless Baltimore Prayer Motorcade” of city leaders and residents www.mc-pm.net
WHEN: Saturday June 20, 2015 / 12 – 5 pm (See locations for times)
Noon Rash Field — 201 Key Hwy. Inner Harbor
12:30 pm Created For So Much More — 701 Cherry Hill Rd.
1:30 pm Baltimore Ablaze –1310 N Stricker St.
2:30 pm Grace Baptist — 3201 The Alameda
4 pm Motorcade concludes at Frederick Douglass High School (across Mondawmin Mall)
For more information, contact: