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May 15 – Annual Hill Church Ham Supper TAKE OUT in Boyertown
Name: Nancy Weller
Take advantage of the Annual Hill Church Ham Supper at St. John Hill UCC on
Sat., May 15, 2021. This event is TAKE OUT ONLY
Tickets sold via pre-order till May 1st or till sold out
call _610-367-8114_ to arrange purchase
Limited walk- up tickets available day of supper (unless sold out)
Drive Thru Take Out Served from 2:00 – 6:00 pm or till sold out
All Tickets: $12.50 (tickets purchased via credit card: $13.00)
620 Hill Church Road, Boyertown PA 19512
June 17 – We are “fam-i-ly” – The Marginalization of Nontraditional Families….
“We are fam-i-ly,” – The Marginalization of Nontraditional Families and Social and Economic policies that promote its continuance,-The Chang-ing Face of Family in America with Cheryl H. Litzke, Ph.D, LMFT, Therapist
This event, sponsored by Salem Church in Doylestown will take place on June 17, 2021 at 7:00 pm. via zoom. All are welcome.
A 2015 Pew Research Center study revealed that only 43% of American children live in traditional families. When most people are asked the question, “What is a family?” they often describe a fami-ly in terms of its structure. Can a cohabitating couple be a family? Can a homosexual couple be a family? Or is a family defined by the presence of children and marital bonds only? What about a family with non-biological children which includes adoptive and fostering families or parents rais-ing stepchildren? These are the many evolving types of families that can enlarge our concept of family that goes beyond biological or legal bonds.
September 16 – “Solidarity No Charity: Meet Immigrant Rights Action of Doylestown
“SOLIDARITY NOT CHARITY: MEET IMMIGRANT RIGHTS ACTION OF DOYLESTOWN” with Jenny Isaacs, Director, Immigrant Rights Action
Sponsored by Salem Church, Doylestown, PA on September 16th at 7:00 pm.
Immigrant Rights Action/Grupo de Acción is a Doylestown-based community organiza-tion documenting local ICE activity and offering immediate support to our neighbors threatened with detention and deportation, including attorney referrals and financial support for legal immigration cases. Over 30 volunteers have provided hundreds of ac-companiments to ICE supervision check-ins and immigration court hearings in Philadel-phia and to district and county criminal proceedings, as well as transportation to local medical and school appointments. IRAGdA members regularly engage in legislative and policy advocacy, meeting with municipal, state, and federal representatives to seek assur-ance that the constitutional and human rights of all Bucks County residents are consist-ently upheld.