Next week, Tuesday and Wednesday, the US Supreme Court will hear two cases about marriage equality. Their decisions, probably announced in June, could turn the world upside down, or at least cause big ripples in our land.
Thousands of people will be in D.C. to witness. If you want more information about participating there, go here. But you don't have to go to D.C. to witness. You can join others in Virginia at several events Monday and Tuesday (see below).
And you can Tie a Knot for Love! Just wear a ribbon, in the shape of an L for Love every day through March 27, and then beyond if you want to witness to the decisions that will be coming. Want to know more about that? Visit our Facebook page! And help POFEV witness all across Virginia for love and justice!
Here are the events in VA we know about:
Monday, March 25, 6:30 pm in Richmond
Monday, March 25, 7:30 pm in Alexandria
Join Rev. Amber Neuroth and others in a time to pray together for those presenting arguments at the Supreme Court on March 26 and 27, those asking questions and listening, those who will stand outside and witness, and all those affected by the court's deliberations and decisions, 6130 Old Telegraph Road, Alexandria, Virginia 2231. Contact: Rev. Amber Neuroth
Tuesday, March 26, 5:30 – 9:00 pm in Roanoke
Please join us in solidarity with many similar events nationwide in support of marriage equality for all. Federal Courthouse, 210 Franklin Rd SW, Roanoke, VA. Find out more here.
Across Virginia People Stood Up for Marriage Equality!
Marriage witnesses took place in Arlington, Charlottesville, Front Royal, Hampton, Richmond, and Winchester.
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