Please join us as we celebrate everything that New Hampshire churches and their people can accomplish together.
Saturday, November 2, 2019
Reception at 5:00pm + Dinner at 6:00pm
Brookside Congregational Church
2013 Elm Street, Manchester, NH
Tickets are $50 online or $60 at the door.
Reserve your ticket on Eventbrite (deadline: October 30).
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At this dinner, we will celebrate the positive impact of the NH Council of Churches and its member denominations, congregations and individuals. In the past year we have together made a difference at the state Women’s Prison, in repealing the death penalty, in our immigrant communities and much, much more!
Work of the People Award Honoree
Barbara Keshen is the chair of the NH Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, a group originally formed by the NH Council of Churches. She is also a member of the UU Church of Concord. Following her career in criminal law, Barbara turned her energies to the repeal of the death penalty, organizing faith and secular leaders and even preaching sermons about how faith informs her repeal work.
Bishop Dwayne D. Royster is the National Political Director of Faith in Action and the Designated Pastor of Faith United Church of Christ in Washington, DC. Bishop Royster serves as the Founder of the Society for Faith and Justice. The Society is an ecumenical religious order committed to a charism of social justice as spiritual discipline and spiritual practice.