Water in Itonya
This week's story comes from Saint Paul Partners, a BKB affiliate, and their current volunteer in Iri[...]
Over the past year there have been requests to engage as a synod in greater public witness on issues like climate change, racism and gun violence. Hearing your voices, Bishop Lull has created the Committee for Public Witness. This synod-wide committee consists of a number of work groups, each addressing issues related to the ways the church has been sent by God to witness publically in the presence of local citizens, business, government, non-profit institutions and the arts – the arena sometimes known as the “public square”. Find more information on the Committee for Public Witness here (PDF).