The Ottawa Coalition of Unified Christians has announced an event to "Confront Christian Natianolism" with Pastor Doug Pagitt in the wake of the organization’s public stance against Ottawa Impact. Photo: Cody Scanlan/Holland Sentinel
The Ottawa Coalition of Unified Christians has announced an event to “Confront Christian Natianolism” with Pastor Doug Pagitt in the wake of the organization’s public stance against Ottawa Impact.
The speaking engagement will take place Thursday, Nov. 30, from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Holland Armory, 16 W. Ninth St.
In a press release sent earlier this week, committee members said more than 400 individuals have signed a statement written by Ottawa County pastors “decrying the actions of the Ottawa Impact-led Board of Commissioners and insisting the Christian faith calls us all to much more than what that organization represents.”
“We truly believe that it is essential for an alternative Christian voice to be heard at this moment in Ottawa County,” said the Rev. Jared Cramer of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Grand Haven. “Because there are many people in Ottawa County who follow Christ and do not support the harmful actions taken by Ottawa Impact and their supporters.” …