"Blood Done Sign My Name" Performance at the Raleigh Little Theater

JTJ invites you to join us on Sunday, May 20 at 3 PM for the Raleigh Little Theater performance of Blood Done Sign My Name. This drama, based on the book by Timothy Tyson, tells the story of racially charged events which took place in 1970 in Oxford NC, the author’s home town. Tickets are still available at our group rate of $21. Seating is limited. Contact Betty Matteson at ematteso@gmail.com as soon as possible if you want to attend with our group. We will carpool or take the church bus, depending on level of interest. Individual tickets may also be purchased directly from the Raleigh Little Theater box office at 919-821-3111.


NEW ON THE JTJ BOOK SHELF: God’s Politics: A New Vision for Faith and Politics in America, by Jim Wallis

A Book Review by Mary Catherine McSpadden:

JTJ Book Review Mary Catherine McSpadden
Journeying Toward Justice Members' Experiences
This is the first video of testimony from members of Epworth United Methodist Church's Journeying Toward Justice Committee. It includes testimony from Betty Matteson, Carie Dupree, Scotta Barsella, Nancy Myers, and Ryan Ware.