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    A Statement from the Muscatine Ministerial Association

    Muscatine Ministerial Association
    Muscatine Ministerial Association
    We are a voluntary association of clergy in and around the Muscatine area working to promote Christian peace and unity in our community.

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    We, the faith community leaders in Muscatine, are concerned about the events happening in our country, our state, and our communities in recent days. We stand firmly united in opposition to hate, discrimination, violence, and the excessive use of force we have witnessed in these past days. We are saddened and angered regarding the needless deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, Philando Castile, Trayvon Martin, and others, along with the riots and looting that have been triggered by these murders. We stand firmly in support of anyone who works for the peace, justice, and freedom of all people. We take heart from the ways people have gathered to peacefully remind the world that black lives matter and to peacefully protest what they know to be injustice and sin. We also take heart from the ways that the law enforcement community has shown their support of peaceful protesters, confirming what we always knew, that the overwhelming majority of them wish to serve the common good.

    In all the major faith traditions, peace is a central tenet, as is love of others. In that spirit, we give thanks for the community of Muscatine and call our friends and neighbors to continue to be a community where differences are embraced, all voices are heard, and neighbors reach out to neighbors.

    For our part, we will pray with you, walk with you, and work with you to build a community where every human being knows their dignity and worth.

    Vicar Katie Anderson, Zion Lutheran Church

    Rev. Dan Baldwin, Grace Lutheran Church

    Rev. Susan Bantz, Chaplain, Lutheran Living Senior Campus

    Rev. Mike Biklen, retired clergy United Methodist Church

    Rev. Joseph Blay, Chaplain, Tyson Foods

    Rev. Steve Cauley, Zion Lutheran Church

    Rev. Ryan Downing, Faith United Church of Christ

    Rev. Aleese Kenitzer, Shepherd of the Cross Lutheran Church

    Rev. Alex Kindred, First Christian Church

    Rev. Martha Lang, retired priest of the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa

    Rev. Kathleen Milligan, Trinity Episcopal Church

    Rev. Brian Oliver, Wesley United Methodist Church

    Rev. Troy Richmond, Pastor, Saints Mary and Mathias Catholic Church

    Rev. Dr. Pamela S. Saturnia, First Presbyterian Church

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