CALLED TO FORGIVE
Please register below!
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ONLINE VIA ZOOM
JOIN REV. ANTHONY B. THOMPSON, husband of Myra Thompson (one of the Emanuel Nine), author of Called to Forgive, and our 2022 MLK Ecumenical Service speaker, in an intimate, crucial conversation centering on the Mother Emanuel tragedy and the possibilities of racial understanding.
This deep, two-part virtual workshop is designed to bring you an eye-opening understanding of forgiveness and its role in creating unity, racial equity, and racial reconciliation.
It will take place from 6 to 7:30 PM on Tuesday, April 26 and Tuesday, May 3, 2022.
Space is limited, so register soon.
We look forward to seeing you!
Participants will read and discuss Rev. Thompson's book Called to Forgive, so please plan to obtain it before the session begins!
At last check, we found it available locally at Buxton Books and Barnes & Noble at Mount Pleasant Towne Centre. Itinerate Illiterate Books in Park Circle also has ordered it (as of March 31) in order to have it on hand for you in time for the workshop.
You can also order it from any local bookstore (we especially recommend Black woman-owned Turning Page Bookshop), Bethanyhouse.com, Books A Million, or Amazon.
Cancellations should be made at least 5 days before a session. Once your registration is confirmed, a seat is reserved for you. Sessions canceled less than 5 days prior to the confirmed date will lose ½ the cost of the workshop. Should you need to cancel, you will be allowed to reschedule one time within 90 days of the original session date. (Contact Tori Burke to cancel, and she will keep you appraised of other 2022 Called to Forgive sessions.)
If you are unable to attend and unable to reschedule within the 90-day time frame, you can transfer your "seat" to another participant or forfeit the full cost of the workshop. No shows and cancellations made less than 48 hours in advance will result in loss of full cost of the workshop. Participation in only one day of the workshop is considered incomplete, and not entitled to a partial refund.