"A Second City" Chicago Magazine Article Features Rev. Hatch

"A Second City" Chicago Magazine Article Features Rev. Hatch

“Don’t miss the humility of Christ,” Pastor Marshall Hatch proclaims from the pulpit, his words echoing across the limestone sanctuary. “See the sign that he’s in a small place, in a small town, on the bad side of the small town.” He pauses and lets the image sink in, the congregation murmuring in agreement.

“If Jesus is anywhere, he’s not downtown. He’s down here.”

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Community Leaders Demand Ban on Assault Weapons During Peace Tournament

West Siders Weigh in on Gun Control Debate in the Aftermath of Parkland
Shootings

What: 2018 MLK Peace Basketball Tournament

Sponsored by: The Leaders Network, Westside NAACP, Pilgrim Development and Chicago Bulls
Charities. Young men between the ages of 18-30 will be among 60 participants in the Black
history month anti violence basketball tournament.

When: Saturday February 24, 2018 (10am-5:00pm) and Sunday February 25, 2018 (2:00pm-6:00pm) Press statement will be given 11:00am, Saturday February 24th

Where: Christ The King Jesuit College Prep High School
5088 West Jackson Boulevard Chicago Illinois, 60644

“Rifles, AK-47’s and machine guns should not be in the hands of ordinary citizens.
Nobody needs an assault weapon unless you're in the military. Too bad President Trump
doesn't have the courage to fix this travesty instead he suggests school teachers being
armed with guns as a resolution for the violence.”
stated Rev Ira Acree of Greater St John
Bible Church

"Civilians have no need for assault weapons, not in Chicago or Parkland, Florida", says
Rev. Marshall Hatch of the Leaders Network. "Our Peace Tournament this year joins the
call to action led by our nation's youth"
, Hatch adds.

 

Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Campaign

Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief Campaign

Please join us in responding in support of the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

Collect donations at your churches on Sept 3rd, 10th & 17th. Make checks payable to World Vision Chicago and bring to the next Leaders Network monthly mtg or arrange drop off with contact info below.

Partner with us to help with this relief effort: Email theleadersnetwork7@gmail.com or call Deborah Williams at (312) 576-1085

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