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JOURNEY FOR JUSTICE 2015 – Interfaith Covenant Prayer Service
Sunday, March 22, 2015, 2 PM
Second Baptist Church, 816 3rd St. NW

The use of the term “covenant” is rooted in the faith traditions of the Good Faith communities – a very serious commitment to work to accomplish very important tasks.  As faith communities when such a commitment is made, it is customary to pause in prayer to discern and commit with mind and heart to what is being undertaken.  The prayer service on March 22 will make holy the commitment of the Good Faith communities to a Journey for Justice.

Good Faith testifies at the Council Committee Of the Whole Roundtable on the Causes and Possible Solutions to Homelessness in the District of Columbia, January 30, 2015:
“….As faith communities we honor and embrace all people in our community as children of God.  We are hopeful people.  We feel that everyone deserves a home.  It is a human right.  To make this happen, we can and must do better.” 

Good Faith submits testimony at Mayor’s Budget Hearing, February 19, 2015: 
“…Not only must data be collected and used for program improvement, important data must be transparent to the public:  currant data published on platforms that the public can easily access and understand.”

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