Sat, Sep 15 | Grace United Methodist Church

15th Annual Trail of Tears Commemorative Walk

The Commemorative “Trail of Tears’ Walk recognizes the hardships suffered by the five civilized tribes who were removed from the southeast, including the Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek), Chickasaw, Choctaw and Seminole.
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15th Annual Trail of Tears Commemorative Walk

Time & Location

Sep 15, 2018, 2:00 PM – Sep 16, 2018, 4:00 PM
Grace United Methodist Church, 2905 N Mt Juliet Rd, Mt Juliet, TN 37122, USA

About The Event

“While we live in the shadow of Andrew Jackson, today we can come together in reconciliation and acts of repentance to renew the broken relationships of the past,” said Melba Checote-Eads. “The walk is just one step in healing the tragic past. The memorial brings remembrance of those who died along the many Trail of Tears that cross our country. Reconciliation between two cultures, this walk is a step toward true reconciliation of what had ended in the removal of a whole race of people. We pray the blessings on all people, inviting you to be part of this walk.” Melba Checote-Eads (Muscogee Creek Nation)

2018 The Trail of Tears Commemorative Walk

DETAILS:

Saturday - Sept 15th - 2pm

Grace United Methodist Church

2905 Mt. Juliet Rd.

Mt.Juliet, TN

Activity: Walk in procession the Memorial Stations of the Trail of Tears. Followed by program and worship with the Native Praise Choir and Muscogee Creek Ministry Team, Oklahoma.

Evening meal will be provided.

Sunday - Sept. 16th 12:30PM

First United Methodist Church or Woodbury

Woodbury, TN

Gathering in the fellowship hall downstairs followed by a walk to the courthouse where a wreath will be placed. Walk back to the church to church for the ending ceremonies.

Lunch will be provided

For more information on the Commemorative Trail of Tears Walk, call Melba Checote-Eads at 615-210-7276.

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