Article | March 21, 2018
Grace in the News: Gun Violence Prevention Panel
Last night, the cathedral partnered with Temple Emanu-El and Sherith Israel to host a panel with gun violence prevention experts. SFPD police chief William Scott shared his expertise on gun violence prevention with community participation.
“When we see — sort of — grassroots communities like faith-based organizations, like schools themselves, like the young people becoming very involved in the issue, then we’re more likely to move forward toward change,” said Executive Pastor Ellen Clark-King.
This weekend, join us for workshops in sacred response to gun violence for youth and adults on Saturday, March 24 from 9 am to 12 pm. After that, we will walk down to Civic Center to join March for Our Lives.
These events are part of the cathedral’s ongoing conversation about Gun Violence Prevention.