BUILDING CONGREGATIONAL NETWORKS OF SUPPORT
IN SERVICE TO TARRANT COUNTY SINCE 1953
Breaking Barriers, Creating Caring Communities and Transforming Lives
MLK DAY 2021
A message from the Board President, Linda Baker
1. Overcoming Barriers
Identifying areas of social, racial and economic disparity.
2. Building Relationships
Developing collaborative relationships that bring people and resources together.
3. Fostering Transformation and Change
Creating opportunities for transforming lives through relationships, service and shared life experiences.
Tarrant Churches Together has existed since 1953, serving Tarrant County in North Texas.
We have over 100 churches that we are currently connecting with for good.
PRAY ON MLK
Join us as we stand for civil righteousness and pray on MLK at The MLK marker in Downtown Fort Worth. The MLK marker is located in General Worth Square at the corner of 9th and Main Street, between the Fort Worth Convention Center and the John F. Kennedy Tribute. We're coming together to form a multi-ethnic human prayer chain to usher in a new era of pursuing the dream of God. On August 8th, 2020, we're inviting you to stand in solidarity against racism and injustice.
6:01 – 7:01 pm
At 6:01 pm we will enter into the lament of many generations with one hour of silent prayer with white tape covering our mouths and black words written across the white tape.
In April of 1968, at 6:01pm, a shot was fired which took the life of Martin Luther King Jr.
7:01 – 8:01 pm
At 7:01 pm we will raise our voices in prayer and hopeful proclamation.
***Bring your own White Tape and Black Marker****