Feb. 27: Our Neighbors, Ourselves art and spirituality event

Thursday, February 27, 2020, 6:30pm
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 3 Peabody Row, Londonderry, NH

The church will remain open to view the artwork and to pray with these events:

  1. Friday Stations of the Cross: Every Friday evening at 6p, St. Peter’s will offer the Stations of the Cross where we will reflect on Christ’s passion and it’s intersection with the immigrant experience.
  2. Open House on Saturdays: Through Lent, St. Peter’s will be open to the public from 9-Noon on Saturday Mornings. We need two people at a time to help welcome any guests that may come into the church. If you’re interested, please sign up on the sheet in the Church Lobby

See coverage of this event in the media:

  1. Union Leader, Episcopal church transforms sanctuary into immigrant-focused art gallery
  2. North Andover Eagle Tribune, Londonderry church hosts art exhibit exploring lives, stories of immigrants

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St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is transforming its sanctuary with “Our Neighbors, Ourselves” into an art gallery with the hope of providing a space for art and creativity that raises awareness about the lives of local immigrants.

Come on February 27, 2020 at 6:30pm for an evening of art and music. Hear the stories of local artists whose passion it is to share the stories of those who have come to New Hampshire from around the globe.

The evening features local artists as well as pieces from Uncaged Art, a traveling exhibit of art created by teenagers held in the Tornillo Children’s Detention Center in El Paso County, TX. Music from Los Sugar Kings, and food from Vida Cantina.

All proceeds from this event will go to the NH Bail and Bond Fund that raises and disperses funds for detained immigrants, and the New Hampshire Council of Churches.

Artists Include: