This service, led by guest speaker Sharee Clark, is meant to inspire the listener to move into tangible action and remember to let LOVE lead them into, during and at the conclusion of the work we do.
Sharee Clark is a 9-year resident of Wilkes Barre, PA. She attended the New York City public school system and spent her adolescent years advocating for LGBTQ rights as a peer educator for the Aids Center of Queens County and later a NYC Youth Advocate lobbying for policies that supported equal rights and protections for marginalized communities.
The murder of George Floyd ignited a passion and desire to return to her advocacy roots. To be a support to local protest efforts she Co-Founded Freedom Fighters, a grassroots organization dedicated to fighting for justice and equality. Since that time, she has participated in the planning and execution of several community building projects, organized numerous rallies, facilitated voter registration drives, and corresponding get out the vote campaigns. Through her work Sharee has developed and cultivated several statewide partnerships and allies. During the 2022 election cycle she served as the consulting organizer for the UU the Vote 2022 campaign where she utilized her unique relational skillset, knowledge, and partnerships to assist reach the organizational goals. When Sharee isn’t professionally or civically engaged, she enjoys living life by interacting with the world around her through an array of outlets such as the arts, wellness, and travel.
The requirement of masks is based on the current COVID community risk level in Dauphin County. Masks are required for medium or high risk levels; they are optional when the county is in the low risk level. The current level will be posted on the front doors of the church.
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