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Salem Walk

Learn about people enslaved by Moravians

We plan to walk on Dec. 4 & 11 depending on the number of people signing up.

Salem Walk is an in-person opportunity to learn about people enslaved by Moravians in Salem between 1771 and 1860. Stories about Sambo/Abraham, Cathy and Phoebe will be shared by walking to places where they lived, worked, and are buried.

After gathering at Home Church, participants will split into groups, each group focusing on the life of one individual. Discussion and worship will follow. The experience will take approximately two hours.

Salem Walk is sponsored by the Moravian Team for Racial, Cultural, and Ethnic Reconciliation.

Pre-registration is required.

If we don’t have enough sign up on a particular date to have the Walk, we will contact you to reschedule at another date. If you have further questions, please email MTR@mcsp.org or call Betsy Bombick.

Please be prepared for a lot of walking, some of it on uneven ground. We will cancel if it is raining.

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