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The city of Minneapolis is going through a very challenging time. Some are grieving, some are hoping, and many are fearful and anxious about what is to come as we approach the trial of Derek Chauvin, the officer charged in the killing of George Floyd. We believe that there is One who is present and active even and especially in times of disorder and loss. We have all been involuntarily called to witness the injustices of the system of racial inequity and oppression. Now we are called to voluntarily be in prayer and action for the healing of our city.

Please join us daily at 8:00 AM Central Time for this approximately 20-minute interfaith prayer experience which begins with a timely daily reflection from a spiritual leader. The reflection is followed by a period of 9 minutes and 29 seconds of silent prayer – the length of time former Minneapolis police officer Chauvin had his knee on the neck of George Floyd, resulting in his tragic death. 

Our virtual prayer tent will continue daily throughout the course of the trial.

Please join us! Each morning, you can find us either:

This week's reflection leaders:


Sunday, April 11
Dr. Russell A. Pointer, Sr., Senior Pastor, Minneapolis Central Church of Christ

Monday, April 12
Dr. Rami Nashashibi,
Inner-City Muslim Action Network, Chicago, IL

Tuesday, April 13
Nekima Levy Armstrong,
 attorney, activist, and reverend, Racial Justice Network, Minneapolis

Wednesday, April 14
Ruby Sales,
Founder & Director, The SpiritHouse Project

Thursday, April 15
Rabbi Michael Latz,
 Senior Rabbi, Shir Tikvah, Minneapolis

Friday, April 16
The Very Reverend Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas,
Dean of Episcopal Divinity School,
Union Theological Seminary


Saturday, April 17
Pastor Darrell Gillespie,
Proverbs Christian Fellowship Church, Minneapolis

GET INVOLVED

This is a grassroots initiative of the Center for Leadership and Neighborhood Engagement that will evolve as more people participate. We wholeheartedly welcome the participation of our broader Twin Cities community as well as people from around our country and world.

Care to support the work we are striving for in the healing of our city? Drop us a note if you'd like to get involved or have questions. We also humbly accept your financial gifts as well.

If you would like to be added to a mailing list to get updates about this initiative, please sign up. The Center for Leadership and Neighborhood Engagement will not sell or share your information.

Thank you for your support and devoting your time with us in beloved community!

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