Welcome to the witness stones installation event with St. Thomas & Foote School organized by the Connecticut Korean Presbyterian Church. This extraordinary event exemplifies the deep-rooted connection between faith, community, and education. Join us as we delve into the historical impact of this unique project and its significance in cultivating understanding and promoting unity within our society.
Understanding Witness Stones
Witness Stones provide a powerful opportunity to acknowledge and remember the lives of enslaved individuals who once lived in our community. These small markers, inscribed with the names and stories of those who experienced slavery, serve as invaluable reminders of the strength, resilience, and determination of those who were enslaved. By installing Witness Stones, we aim to confront our history, challenge existing narratives, and actively engage in conversations of racial justice and reconciliation.
The Shared Journey of Faith and Education
At the Connecticut Korean Presbyterian Church, we believe in the transformative power of faith and education. These two pillars are at the heart of our commitment to fostering an inclusive and compassionate community. The Witness Stones installation at St. Thomas & Foote School beautifully interweaves these core values, as it serves as a bridge between our shared commitment to faith and the pursuit of knowledge.
Igniting Conversations and Promoting Unity
By participating in the Witness Stones installation event, we aim to spark crucial conversations about our collective history and inspire actions that bring us closer to a more equitable and just society. The powerful stories of those who were enslaved provide us with valuable insights into the struggles they faced, while also highlighting the interconnectedness of our society today.
The Witness Stones installation at St. Thomas & Foote School brings together students, faculty, community members, and the Connecticut Korean Presbyterian Church to reflect on the past and envision a brighter future. Through dialogue, education, and commemoration, we unite diverse perspectives, fostering a sense of empathy, understanding, and shared responsibility.
Join Us in Our Journey
We invite you to join us in this remarkable journey of faith, remembrance, and education. By actively participating in the Witness Stones installation event with St. Thomas & Foote School, you become part of a larger collective effort to confront historical injustices and promote justice, equality, and unity.
Together, we can use the lessons of the past to shape a more compassionate and inclusive future. Get involved with the Connecticut Korean Presbyterian Church and contribute to the ongoing dialogue surrounding racial justice, community engagement, and the power of faith and education.
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We look forward to connecting with you and embarking on this transformative journey together.
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