Voices of Tamar
The ministry Voices of Tamar is a body of women and men working together from varied congregations and organizations in the greater Austin area (developed by The Social Action Committee of Wesley United Methodist Women in 2011). Their goal is to bring awareness to issues of domestic violence and sexual assault in communities of faith, as well as the extended Austin community.
On October 13, 2016 the Rio Texas Methodist Federation for Social Action will host Voices of Tamar and they will present Purple Ribbons of Hope, a domestic violence and sexual assault awareness program led by Debra J. Johnson, PhD, Coordinator of the Voices of Tamar Ministry at Wesley UMC.
The program will be held at St. John’s UMC Austin.
The discussion will conclude with participants personalizing purple ribbons.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Remember to display or wear purple!
Join us at 6:30p for snacks. The program begins at 7p. All are welcome.