‘Faith and Celebration’ meeting set for Dec. 12

LANCASTER  – The City of Lancaster Tapestry Commission invites the public and faith-based organizations to participate in the Commission’s “Faith and Celebration” meeting December 12th.

“As we are approaching the Holiday Season and the New Year, it is a great time to embrace our diversity and to understand each other’s faiths,” said Tapestry Commission Chair, Sue Dell. “For this reason, on behalf of the Lancaster Human Relations Tapestry Commission, I would like to invite you to join us at our next public Commission meeting to celebrate all our faiths and beliefs.”

The Tapestry Commission has invited Antelope Valley faith-based organizations to share their beliefs and information about their seasonal celebrations with the Commission and the public, as part of the Commission’s WEAVERS program.

“Faith and Celebration” will highlight the broad spectrum of beliefs which are celebrated in the Antelope Valley.

If you are a leader or youth leader of a faith-based organization and would like to share your faith and celebrations, it is not too late to submit a WEAVERS form.

The meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 12, 2012, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Lancaster City Council Chambers.

For more information, contact the Lancaster Human Relations Tapestry Commission at 661-579-8005 or tapestrycommission@cityoflancasterca.org.

For more information on the Tapestry Commission and the WEAVERS program, or to find the WEAVERS form, click here.

  1 comment for “‘Faith and Celebration’ meeting set for Dec. 12

  1. Doc Rivers
    December 7, 2012 at 3:32 pm

    This is the city of Lancasters replacement commission on diversity after Ramond Parris withdrew his city from the Antelope Valley wide Human Relations Commission that had to condemn his insensitive remarks about building a Christian City and promoting Christian prayer over all others at our City Council meetings. These are nice people under the thumb of a civic bully that does not practice what the commission preaches.

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