All Aboard! Our Matthew 25 Journey

All Aboard! Our Matthew 25 Journey

DPC’s Matthew 25 journey has been one of introspection, learning, prayer, and discussion. It has taken us to unexplored places inside ourselves and into the life experiences of those who suffer hardships we may not. As we pull together as a congregation to combat structural racism and its intersectionality with poverty, we invite you to depart with us in a new Sunday series of educational opportunities.

Beginning on September 26, after 9:30 am worship, its All Aboard! Collect your special passport and have it stamped each time you participate on this journey, with presentations occurring every 4th Sunday of the month (except for December) through June.

The first Sunday features the chance to engage with historical reenactor Louise Davis, who portrays abolitionist, activist, and American hero Harriet Tubman, who freed countless slaves by using the Underground Railroad. For Davis, this is not just a role, as Tubman is her third-cousin. She represents the African American Historical and Cultural Society of Bucks County and was instrumental in placing the powerful statue of Tubman along the waterfront in Bristol.

A video highlighting the work of the Bucks County African American Museum will also be offered. We invite you to explore the exhibit currently set up in the Bucks County Visitors Center on Street Road in Bensalem.

Stay tuned for details of what’s in store in the coming months as our Matthew 25 journey continues!