Rev. Tan Moss presents
“Preparing for Action”
With Carole Hawkins and Claudia Marshall as Worship Leaders
What does “putting faith into action” mean for those of us living in the Jacksonville area? In the year of COVID, vulnerable neighborhoods are now facing rising crime. We need criminal justice reform for communities of color and compassionate treatment for people dealing with mental illness. Every faith tradition calls its people to serve justice. When we show up together, we become a powerful force for good.
About our guest speaker:
Rev. Tan Moss is pastor of Greater Grant Memorial AME Church in Jacksonville and serves as co-president of ICARE, Jacksonville’s Interfaith Coalition for Action, Reconciliation and Empowerment. Rev. Moss was born and raised in Havana, Florida. He attended the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, earning his B.S in Political Science and Master’s degree in Applied Social Science. He holds a Master of Divinity from the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta. Rev. Moss is married to Brenda Moss and they have five beautiful children and four grandchildren.
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