Hoping to maintain momentum they built last year, student organizers of the March For Our Lives movement seeking an end to gun violence have taken to the streets this summer.
The Rev. Lee Allen Jenkins said it took him “less than a millisecond” to offer up his church.
“We care about safety, giving young people a voice and standing up for issues that are important,” said Jenkins. “We have a history of speaking out on social issues as a church — racial reconciliation, social justice, sexual identity, mental health — we try to help develop a biblical world view and not run away when the conversation is uncomfortable.”