The Interfaith Mission Service is a cooperative of congregations and individuals working to co-create a Beloved Community.
“Bryan Stevenson, executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) which represents Hinton, said he is ‘thrilled’ to see the case resolved ‘the way I think it should be resolved.’ Stevenson said he feels the new tests exonerate Hinton. ‘We think it certainly is evidence of innocence. … We have never doubted Mr. Hinton’s innocence,’ he said.
EJI, which took over the appellate work on Hinton’s case in 1998, was ‘frustrated’ by the unwillingness of the Alabama Attorney General’s Office for more than a decade to acknowledge mistakes were made and to have the bullets re-tested, Stevenson said. Defense experts had testified in 2002 that they didn’t see a match between the bullets or gun. Hinton also passed a polygraph test which was ruled inadmissible at trial.
State prosecutors never questioned or disputed those defense experts, Stevenson said. ‘They just ignored it and I think that’s even more troubling,’ he said.”
Church of the Nativity, Episcopal * 208 Eustis Avenue * Huntsville, AL 35801
Dr. Ossama Bahloul, Imam, The Islamic Center, Murfreesboro, TN
Reservations are needed for Nursery and/or Dinner (256) 5
33-2455. Call by Tuesday, 2/24.
No reservations required for program.
Madison County is hosting their 2015 Legislative Forum on Monday, February 23rd, from 7-9 p.m. and we need YOU to show up and speak out for our Arise 2015 priorities!
Will you join us before the Forum from 4-5 p.m. at Church of the Nativity to review our 2015 issues and plan comments for the public forum?
Even if you can’t make our preview meeting, we hope you will join the forum when you are able, talk to our elected officials and speak out for policies to help low-income people in Madison County.
And if you can’t make it in person, tune in to “WEUP Talk” (1700 AM in Huntsville, weupam.com anywhere) today at 5 p.m. to hear her there!Read More
A special Interfaith Worship Service
Under the auspices of Saint Thomas Episcopal, Abrahamic Prayers are held as part of an interfaith worship service from 7 to 9 p.m. on the first Thursday of most months. Beginning October 2, 2014, Abrahamic Prayers have initiated a year-long discourse on the Bhagavad Gita, a Hindu scripture. There are two special sessions planned on February 5 and March 5, 2015 cosponsored by the Interfaith Mission Service and the Institute of Spiritual Healing.
The February Session: The Hindu View of Creation; the Hindu gods; Chapters 4-6 of the Bhagavad Gita; and Aarti – the Hindu worship service.
The March Session: The Fundamentals of Hinduism; Misconceptions about the Hindu faith; Chapters 7-9 of the Bhagavad Gita; and Aarti
A special Interfaith Worship Service cosponsored by Saint Thomas Episcopal, Interfaith Mission Service and Institute of Spiritual Healing at Laj Utreja’s residence (122 Foxhound Drive, Madison, AL 35758)
On February 5, 2015; at 7 pm – 9 pm
Seating is limited, so please register at the IMS Website: www.interfaithmissionservice.org
Directions to Laj Utreja’s residence: (please call Laj at 256-604-6927, if you get lost)
From 565 West to Decatur – Right on Wall Triana Hwy: Left on Browns Ferry Road; Right on Balch Road; Take right to enter Foxfield Subdivision; Go around the roundabout; Take right on Foxhound Drive.
From 72 West to Athens – Left on Balch Road; Take left to enter Foxfield Subdivision; Go around the roundabout; Take right on Foxhound Drive.Read More
A special Interfaith Worship Service
Under the auspices of Saint Thomas Episcopal, Abrahamic Prayers are held as part of an interfaith worship service from 7 to 9 p.m. on the first Thursday of most months. Beginning October 2, 2014, Abrahamic Prayers have initiated a yearlong discourse on the Bhagavad Gita, a Hindu scripture. There are two special sessions planned on February 5 and March 5, 2015 cosponsored by the Interfaith Mission Service and the Institute of Spiritual Healing. …. click here for more information and registrationRead More