The Church of the Messiah Interfaith Prayer Service Against Racism

The Episcopal Church of the Messiah in Rhinebeck announces an interdenominational witness against racist rhetoric and actions.

• On the lawn of the church at 6436 Montgomery Street (Route 9) at Chestnut Street in the Village of Rhinebeck

11:30 am on Sunday, August 11th

The Rector, Father Richard McKeon, will lead the group in opening prayers, in making a commitment to examine our own racism, and to take action to confront racism in our daily lives.

Church of the Messiah, built in the early 20th century by the Astor family, is a loving place where hard questions are asked, the joyful appreciation of beauty is encouraged, social justice is a focus, and Jesus is celebrated as an advocate for the radical inclusion of all persons.

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