Two Episcopal Churches Vandalized With Racist Messages | Episcopal Cafe

Episcopal churches in Maryland and Indiana were vandalized with pro-Trump, racist messages last night.

Source: Two Episcopal Churches Vandalized With Racist Messages | Episcopal Cafe

This is shameful and heart breaking. As an Episcopalian this hurts even more. Why is there need to vandalize places of worship? I pray for those who did this and hope they will realize the error of their ways. May justice, forgiveness and reconciliation come from this.

Author: Tony Burgess

Hi there, my name is Tony Burgess from Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. I am a believer, bleeding-heart, idealist and blogger. My life is about my wife Laura of 18 years. We have a dog named Cody. I have worked in customer service and relations. Currently I work for Blood Assurance a regional blood bank contacting donors to donate blood. I graduated from Middle Tennessee State University in 1994, Hiwassee College in 1992 and Red Bank High School in 1988. Spiritually I am a member of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. My interests are blogging (duh), media, computers, cooking, sports, entertainment, culture and religion. Thank you for connecting with me. Grace, peace and love!

14 thoughts on “Two Episcopal Churches Vandalized With Racist Messages | Episcopal Cafe”

  1. I don’t support Hillary. And I surely don’t support this. This is not a blanket generalization of Trump’s supporters. Have you been watching the news and seen the countless rioting from anti Trump supporters? I sure have. I’m not defending these acts. They are terrible and wrong and not welcome on this planet. My opinion. Have a good one


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