Embracing the Possibilities for Ending HIV – A Special World AIDS Day Service of Remembrance and Commitment – 10am Event, 11:15 Brunch (Sanctuary & Ackerman Hall w/ Kitchen)Written by admin on Nov 05, 2019 in - No Comments
GROUNDED IN HOPE:
Embracing the Possibilities for Ending HIV
A Special World AIDS Day Service of Remembrance and Commitment
Sunday, December 1, 2019
Followed by World AIDS Day Brunch at 11:15 am
All God’s Children Metropolitan Community Church
3100 Park Avenue South
In recognition of World AIDS Day, we invite you to join leaders, activists, organizations, and faith communities for a Special World AIDS Day Service of Remembrance & Commitment. This year, we will gather for a time of reflection and remembrance as we commit to uniting our communities and building deeper connections and collaboration in our effort to end HIV in our time. Through words of poetry and prayer, music of hope and promise, and rituals of renewal and rebirth, we gather to imagine a world without HIV.
Sponsored by and featuring exhibits from the African-American AIDS Task Force, The Aliveness Project, Clare Housing, JustUs Health, Hope House of St. Croix Valley, Minnesota Department of Human Services, Red Door Clinic, and Youth and AIDS Project. Learn about opportunities for service, advocacy, and volunteering as part of our renewed commitment to create an AIDS-free generation.