How did we get where we are today?
Brockport Interfaith Ministries Breakfast with SUNY Brockport President Heidi Mac Pherson: President Mac Pherson initiated this meeting. Growing hate crimes, racial profiling and creating a more welcoming environment for all here in our town was at the heart of our discussion.
April, 2017- Interfaith Peace Vigil- Segauwa Park, Brockport
BEOC, Interfaith Ministries/ SUNY Brockport Representatives
Leads: Barbara Deming, Bill Plews, Rev. Krista Cameron,
Rev. Darla Bair, Rev. Lori Staubitz, Rev. Meg Moran, Margo Van Etten
May 24, 2017- Community Gathering to address needs for cultural changes here in Brockport.
This gathering was the start of what is now known as "Compassionate Brockport". Monthly meetings occur at the Seymore Library. Following are the results of our inititives.
Meeting with Brockport Police Chief: Racial Profiling/ Home land security and role of Village Police. Representatives from BEOC, Interfaith Ministries and Village Board were in attendance.
September, 2017 Charter for Compassion start -up
Leads: Bill Privett, Rev. Darla Bair Love Withouth Violence Art Contest (November 2017-April 2018) Bill Privett and Rev. Darla Bair
September, 2017 Web Site Went Live Rev. Darla Bair
May, 2017 Celebration Forest
Rev. Lori Staubitz & Kathy Goetz (Village Tree Board Liaison) Go to celebrationforest-org.com for more information
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