A lovely article was just published in the Kingwood Observer by staff writer, Jennifer Summers.  We are so glad she was able to join us yesterday for the MORH Northeast Pastors’ Luncheon hosted yesterday by Good Shepherd Episcopal Church.

Below is a short excerpt and you can read the rest of the article online here:

Marching to remember: Churches gather to pray and organize second annual March of Remembrance

The Shofar sounded as hundreds of people made their way down Woodland Hills carrying various flags and religious symbols.

Last year’s first March of Remembrance made such a statement that seven groups from around the Houston area will host their own March of Remembrance April 6 and 7.

The Northeast-Kingwood March of Remembrance will start at Kingwood United Methodist Church and pass by all of the churches along Woodland Hills Dr. where they end at St. Martha Catholic Church.

Church members from all over the community gathered for a lunch on Feb. 28 to discuss the upcoming march in Kingwood April 6 and share their testimonies.

“This has been the most exciting thing in my heart is to see the fellowship between the churches. Last year was an outstanding event in many regards and from what I have heard, the March of Remembrance in Kingwood was the largest in the United States,” Pastor Richard Lee from Bethany Fellowship Church and Prayer team lead for the Kingwood March said at the lunch.