The Rev. William T. Richter, Jr., Good Shepherd Episcopal Church

The Rev. William T. Richter, Jr., Good Shepherd Episcopal Church

I am the rector of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Kingwood, Texas. Our parish has been one of many congregations participating and supporting the Holocaust March of Remembrance in the greater Houston for the past two years. I am writing to invite you and the congregation you serve to join in this year’s March of Remembrance. The March of Remembrance is a powerful and moving reminder of the atrocities that human beings can inflict on one another. It is important to remember the Holocaust—to “Never Forget” what did happen during WWII. Our hope is that people of all ages, races, religions and creeds will come together to prevent and stop the evil and horror of genocide and ethnic cleansing wherever it may found. This is where the “rubber meets the road” in our various faith traditions. If people of faith do not speak out and act, who will?

The Rev. William T. Richter, Jr., Good Shepherd Episcopal Church

March of Remembrance Texas
2019-09-18T08:45:06-05:00

The Rev. William T. Richter, Jr., Good Shepherd Episcopal Church

I am the rector of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Kingwood, Texas. Our parish has been one of many congregations participating and supporting the Holocaust March of Remembrance in the greater Houston for the past two years. I am writing to invite you and the congregation you serve to join in this year’s March of Remembrance. The March of Remembrance is a powerful and moving reminder of the atrocities that human beings can inflict on one another. It is important to remember the Holocaust—to “Never Forget” what did happen during WWII. Our hope is that people of all ages, races, religions and creeds will come together to prevent and stop the evil and horror of genocide and ethnic cleansing wherever it may found. This is where the “rubber meets the road” in our various faith traditions. If people of faith do not speak out and act, who will?