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Hundreds at 5 OTOC member congregations heard the moving stories of Journey of Hope speakers

July 12th, 2016

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Journey Speakers opened the week at St. Benedict the Moor

Hundreds of people attended Journey of Hope sessions at five  OTOC member congregations between July 17 and July 24. Congregation members and guests were able to hear directly from those affected by the death penalty why they believe Nebraskans  must vote to RETAIN the Unicameral’s Rejection of the Death Penalty. JOH Logo

The speakers came from murder victim’s families, death row survivors, and family members of those executed. The will share their compelling stories.

OTOC member congregations hosting the presentations were:

 

Sunday, July 17 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Benedict the Moor

Wednesday, July 20 a 7:00pt St. Vincent de Paul–

Journey of Hope St. Pius

Journey shared stories and strategy at an OTOC Clergy and Faith leaders lunch at St Pius X

Thursday, July 21, at 7 pm First United Methodist Church–7020 Cass St

Saturday, July 23 at 6 pm, St. Leo Catholic, 1920 N. 102nd

Sunday, July 24 at 11:3o a.m. at St. John’s Catholic--2500 California Plaza

Journey of Hope St. John

Journey closed their week with powerful stories at St. John at Creighton

 

Bios of for Journey of Hope Speakers in Omaha July 15 to 24

Schedule a Presentation about the Death Penalty at your congregation

OTOC leaders have also prepared an informative and interactive presentation of the facts about the death penalty in Nebraska and the US.  To schedule a presentation, contact OTOC  Vicki Pratt at (402) 334-0678 or vlpratt@cox.net  or Terri Vincent at (843) 364-6403  or

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