The March for Justice of Peace and Unity will take place on October 8

Released: September 30, 2021

Delaware County Participates in National Faith & Blue Program

Delaware County Sheriff Jerry Sanders is spearheading an initiative to include Delaware County law enforcement, faith-based organizations and the community in the National Faith & Blue event, which has taking place October 8-11 this year.

Faith & Blue was launched to facilitate safer, stronger, more just and more unified communities by directly enabling local partnerships between law enforcement professionals, residents, businesses and community groups through connections of ‘local faith-based organizations. The initiative aims to recalibrate police-community relations through solution-oriented, in-person, social-distancing and / or virtual activities that are jointly organized by faith groups or other community groups and agencies. law enforcement officers.

Delaware County will kick off the weekend with a March for Peace, Justice and Unity on Friday, October 8 at 1:00 p.m. Law enforcement, faith-based organizations, and the community are invited to assemble at the Second Baptist Church (400. E State St., Media, PA) at 1:00 p.m. and walk down State Street to the County Courthouse. Delaware, where more information about Faith & Blue will be shared.

Speakers at the press conference will represent law enforcement and faith-based organizations and include:

Sheriff Jerry Sanders
Media Chief of Police Marty Wusinich
Reverend Mays of the Second Baptist Church
District Attorney Jack Stollsteiner
Bishop Febus AM Hunter, Delaware County Law Enforcement Chaplains

You can read more about National Faith & Blue here:

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