In response to the City’s request to honor the life of George Floyd at 8:00 p.m. for 8 minutes and 46 seconds for 8 nights, LUCC has had a vigil each night in front of the church sign which reads, “Say his name – George Floyd.” People from the church have come each night, taking the knee and shining a light, to call attention to racism and police brutality.
Many thanks to those who were present for the last night of the George Floyd vigil: Bob Bell, Emily Bell, Ron Spivack, Earl Waters, Malcolm Wells, Bill Parsons, Jeff Wells, Patti Cooksey, Claire Stiles, and Kim Wells.
It was suggested that the church continue to call attention to needed changes around racial justice. Beginning on Sunday, June 14, people from the church are invited to gather, with masks and signs, in front of the church along 54th Ave. S. from 7:30 – 8 p.m. Please bring signs with a positive message. No overtly political messages, please. This will continue weekly on Sunday evenings. All are welcome!