Thursday, June 17, 2010

Juneteenth PrayerWalk Saturday June 19th 10:00 am

Though Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on September 22, 1862, with an effective date of January 1, 1863, it had minimal immediate effect on most slaves’ day-to-day lives, particularly in Texas, which was almost entirely under Confederate control. Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation DayCelebrates the day the last slaves in america were informed of thier feedom.

Omaha celebrates Juneteenth with a parade Saturday June 19th from 10:00-11:30 am, starting at 30th and Lake to 30th and Sprague.

Omaha 360 and the Empowerment network asked Pastor Bruce Williams to organize prayer along the route to pray against crime and violence and anything negative that may try to hinder the success of this event.

Teams with local leaders will be stationed at the following sites. We invite you to come down and join in.
  1. Lake Street team: meet at Salem or Urban League parking lot. Leaders from Salem
  2. Wirt street team: meet in Faith Deliverance parking lot.
  3. Bedford Ave team: meet at Love Deliverance parking lot.
  4. Evans street team: meet in Time Out parking lot. Team Leaders Pastors Bruce and Pat Williams
  5. Sprague street team: meet in Druid Hill parking lot.
For more info contact Pastor Bruce Williams at  [email protected] ~ 991-3948

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Omaha 360 “Stop The Violence” Community Prayerwalk

NE Precinct Omaha Police Department
30th & Taylor (just south of 30th & Ames)
Tuesday, June 8 ~ 6:00 to 7:00 PM

Help us make a powerful call to
“Step Up and Step Forward”

6:00 – 6:30: Media Event – “If You See It—Say It!”
Led by City Pastors, Families of Victims and Community Leaders

6:30 – 7:00: PrayerWalk NE Precinct
  • Park in American National Bank lot just west of McDonald’s and cross Taylor to Precinct.
  • Please arrive early as the TV stations will be recording our event starting at 6:00 PM
  • If you are a pastor, community leader, family member or close friend of someone shot or killed please come and stand together at the front when called.
 Our police cannot stop the violence alone…
but together we can.