Apr 30: Working For A Future We Can Believe In

A new group, in the wake of November's election, has been seeking to bring people together for positive action in a practical way on pressing issues of our times.   The first meeting brought folks together for reflection;  the second meeting will focus on areas each person feels passionate about, and aims to help all to focus their energies with others of similar inclination for action.  

Join others from around the city of Pittsburgh to reflect, pray, and decide how to act to promote dialogue, compassion, and foster more social justice in our city and our world.  Focus groups on immigration and refugees, the environment, healthcare, interfaith dialogue, and economic disparity will be included

1:30 to 3:45 p.m. at Sullivan Hall on Mt. Washington (131 Bigham Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15211. Behind the former St. Mary of the Mount School which is on the corner of Grandview & Bigham Avenues).  All are welcome!  There is no charge, but registration is requested. Go to http://doodle.com/poll/hxwn2vwb2qqu6nwf  to register.

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