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Upcoming Events

2024 Women of the Bible series – Zoom Events - 7 pm - 8 pm:

NJ WELCA continues our quest of getting to know the various women in the bible. 

Join us by Zoom as we continue our journey with author Liz Curtis Higgs and her book Slightly Bad Girls of the Bible: Flawed Women Loved by a Flawless God.

February 21 @ 7 pm - A Matter of Time – Sarai

April 17 @ 7 pm - Flight Plan – Hagar

June 19 @ 7 pm – The Last Laugh – Sarah

August 21 @ 7 pm – Willful Bride/Rebekah the wife

Oct. 16 @ 7 pm – Using Her Wits/Rebekah the Mother

Reach out to Joanne ( with any questions.

Zoom Link:               

Pass Code  36912

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Workshop Topics are issues of the day that are important to Women of New Jersey across the Garden State.  We will explore Racial Justice, Truth and Healing, Human Trafficking, LGTB+, and the draft of the new social statement- Gun Violence and Trauma. All are welcome. 

We invite you to join us in these important conversations on these subjects and more.  We have much to talk about at our table. Our talks are the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7 pm.  

March @ 7:00 p.m. – Anti Racism / Racial Justice

May @ 7:00 p.m. – Truth & Healing Movie

July @ 7:00 p.m. – Truth & Healing Book

September @ 7:00 p.m. – Human Trafficking

October @ 7:00 p.m. – Gun Violence

Reach out to Amy Palazzolo (862) 284-4094 or email with any questions.

Zoom Link:               

Passcode  36912

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Thursdays in Black

Thursdays in Black is part of an international movement to demand a world without rape and violence. The campaign has its roots in groups such as Mothers of the Disappeared in Argentina, Black Sash in South Africa and the Women in Black movements in Bosnia and Israel.  

However, Thursdays In Black is not a campaign confined only to countries officially at war. In fact, a war against women is being raged all over the world, and has continued for centuries. 

Its weapons include domestic violence, sexual assault, rape, incest, murder, female infanticide, genital mutilation, sexual harassment, discrimination, sex trafficking. In short, sexism.

Wearing black on Thursdays indicates that you are tired of putting up with rape and violence in your community.

It demonstrates a desire for a community where we can all walk safely without fear of being beaten up, verbally abused, raped, of being discriminated against due to your sexual orientation, political affiliation, gender or ethnicity.

It shows that you want to be free.

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