Jesus Loves All the Children

NVSCJesus Loves All the Children: drone protest worship service

When:     Tuesday, December 10, 2013 | 11:30am-12:30pm

Where:    Meet at Palmer Seminary, Methodist Room at 10:00a.m. for prayer and training beforehand |

Location: 588 North Gulph Rd, King of Prussia, PA – Lockheed Martin, King of Prussia (230 Mall Blvd)
(near entrance across from Champps on Goddard Blvd)

Meet at Palmer Seminary, Methodist Room at 10:00 a.m. for prayer and training beforehand | 588 North Gulph Rd, King of Prussia, PA and Worship Service

Event planned and organized by the Theologies of Nonviolence and Social Change class at Palmer Theological Seminary with the support of Evangelicals for Social Action

We invite you to join us during the second week of Advent as we pray for peace and honor the lives lost at the hands of drone warfare – specifically the lives of children and youth.  A report released earlier this year by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism identifies the names and ages of many of these children and youth. We will speak their names as we pray for peace for all affected by the use of drones in warfare.
Our worship service will take place outside of the Lockheed Martin plant in King of Prussia, PA. Lockheed Martin is one of the producers of drones that are used in warfare. On the belief that the employees of this company are also distressed that these weapons end the lives of children, we invite employees of Lockheed Martin to join us in remembering the children and the families they represent.
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