In New York, Adventist church hosts hope, healing service for police, citizens.

Two Adventist Church conference administrative units sponsored a service of hope and healing at an Adventist Church in Brooklyn on Sunday, January 18. Here, a panel discusses the issues surrounding police incidents in New York last month. From left: Rohann D. Wellington, moderator; Allen Martin, Bethel Adventist Church; NYPD First Deputy Commissioner Ben Tucker; Shane Vidal, Maranatha Seventh-day Adventist Church; U.S. Representatives Hakeem Jeffries and Yvette Clarke; and Gilford Monrose, president of the 67th Precinct Clergy Association. Image by  Dawin Rodriguez/ANN

In New York, Adventist church hosts hope, healing service for police, citizens

A Seventh-day Adventist Church in New York hosted a service of hope and healing in an effort to quell tensions brought on by weeks of unrest between police and civil rights groups stemming from the deaths of a citizen and two police officers.

Tying in with celebrations to commemorate the legacy of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr., the Hope and Healing for Better Police and Community Relations program featured Church leaders, city leaders, police officials and congressional representatives.

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