Dignity/New York stands with #BlackLivesMatter #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd

Online Liturgy for Sunday, August 9, 2020

Transformed by Love...Transforming Through Relationships

Racial Justice & Violence: 
A Faith Response

We are deeply saddened and troubled by the events of the past days and weeks, the latest reminders that not all people are treated as beloved children of God in the United States and beyond.

It is more important than ever that people of faith speak out about social justice and active, reconciling nonviolence. We've highlighted some tools in our blog “Transforming Actions You Can Take” that we hope can help.  Recently added is a list compiled by Alyssa Klein and activist Sarah Sophie Flicker with over 75 anti-racism resources for white people and parents to deepen their anti racism work.  bit.ly/ANTIRACISMRESOURCES

Anti racism Conversation at Dignity/New York continues with a zoom online discussion.  

Join us for our discussion using the book, So You Want to Talk About Race? by Ijeoma Oluo.

There is still time to sign up; for more information,
email action@dignityny.org.


For the past few months the Dignity/New York community has been honored to have friends and allies join us from across the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, England, Mexico and Taiwan.  

Please join us for our online liturgy each Sunday at 6:30 PM (Eastern time) as we gather for worship.   The meeting room will open at 6:00 PM.  

Click here to see this Sundays DignityNY-Online Worship Aid, August 9, 2020. (look for this by Friday of this week) 

 Weekly reflections can be found on our YouTube Channel.    DignityNewYork. 

     Please be prepared to share Eucharist with us.
     Bread recipes are available on our Liturgy page.

We recommend that you print the liturgy or open it on a second device.  The meeting id is found in the worship aid.        

      View our blog of Transforming Actions You Can Take.