Violence is real in our neighborhoods. Please view the video and support our upcoming event to begin the steps to stop the violence.
February 11, 2014
HANDS AGAINST VIOLENCE CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL & ROLLER SKATING EVENT
Rev. Paul “Earthquake” Moore and supporters will be coordinating a candle light vigil as part of the Hands Against Violence outreach endeavor that is aiming to help bring a stop to the senseless violence that is currently affecting the Philadelphia & Delaware County communities. Moore is asking for at least 100 people to be in attendance to hold candles in memory of those who have lost their lives due to violence. The event will also include prayer. There will also be roller skating available at the event location. A donation will be required to roller skate. Donations would also be appreciated to help pay for kids to be able to roller skate. Company sponsors are also welcome to participate through giving.
Please come out and support this important event with your presence, dedication and willingness to help bring about a much needed positive change to our neighborhoods. Together we can join collectively and make a difference that will make a community be different in the way it develops. A hopeful transition that will exemplify peace, love and harmony.
Where: Elmwood Skating Rink | 2406 S 71st St, Philadelphia, PA 19142
When: February 28th 2014 | 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Donation: $7.00 (Cost covers shoes and skating access)
Rev. Paul “Earthquake” Moore
February 6, 2014
HANDS AGAINST VIOLENCE PRESS CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT
Rev. Paul “Earthquake” Moore will be having a press conference to announce the launch of a new initiative that will start the process of implementing responsive action to help stop the excessive violence that currently exist in our neighborhoods.
Moore is asking supporters, individuals and groups who are interested in contributing their time to help combat violence in the Philadelphia & Delaware Counties communities, to come out and make a stand and a sincere commitment to step up and be a part of a viable solution to bring peace to the streets. In order for our communities to become safe and violent free, we must come together collectively to work on solutions to change the environments that we live in to bring a positive shift to our way of living. We must remain hopeful and have a willingness to put effort out in order to reap lasting change. Please come out, tell a friend, bring who you can and let’s begin the start of a changing era that will usher in peace and love.
Where: New Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church | 7001 Woodland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19142
When: Friday, February 7th 2014 | 4:30 PM
Paul “Earthquake” Moore
January 29, 2014
CALL FOR CLERGY TO RISE UP AND ADDRESS HOMICIDES IN OUR COMMUNITIES
Recently a Philadelphia Metro article published on 1/27/14 printed information stating that Pennsylvania ranks fourth in the nation as it relates to homicides among African Americans according to a Violence Policy Center analysis. The rate is more than six times the overall homicide victimization rate nationwide. Our neighborhoods are being severely plagued with senseless violence that has significantly affected our communities in a very negative & destructive way. As leaders, we must understand the times and recognize our role to step up and address this critical issue. We can no longer delay by not responding. We must come together collectively to work on long lasting solutions, build up positive unity and love and assist people in ways to better handle situations that are driven by hate, anger, disrespect and frustration. We must find a way to show there are other ways to deal with disagreements and issues with your fellow man instead of turning to deadly violence as a reaction to our feelings in times when we have bad thoughts and intentions. Somehow, some way we have get back to brotherly love and be able to get along even in times when we are challenged by others.
I am urging the clergy to take a position right now of not tolerating the unacceptable human conditions that are live in our streets. We need to alter the way the story ends and begin to help in the process of having happy endings instead of lives ending tragically.
Please let us come together to form a strong group that will develop into a unit that will be proactive in the fight to eliminate violence in our communities. Let us not merely talk about the word but let us thrust into action in full force and be doers to change the impact of our environment. Together we can truly make a difference.
Rev. Paul “Earthquake” Moore
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