St. Matthew’s and St Joseph's Episcopal Church


8850 Woodward Avenue


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Past Events

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 from 7-9pm
Demand an End to the US Blockade! Support Normal Relations! Learn About the Triumphs and Struggles of the Cuban People! Interfaith meeting at St Matthew’s & St Joseph’s Episcopal Church sponsored by IFCO/Pastors for Peace. Rev. Dopico will be discussing the role of the church within the Cuban Revolution, and in building normal relations between the US and Cuba. Join us! Share with Facebook friends. Spread the word.
Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 10am-5pm
We want to extend an invitation to all progressive activists and organizations to participate in the National Conference to Fight Austerity in Detroit on Saturday March 24. The purpose of the national conference is to map out a strategy for defeating the war being waged by the banks, corporations and government against the workers and oppressed. Capitalism cannot continue unchallenged while our very lives are being jeopardized by the ruling elites who are determined to grow richer and more powerful at our expense, whipping up white supremacy, an anti-immigrant offensive attacks on women and anti-LGBTQ bigotry to keep our class divided. Much more event info at link above.
Saturday, July 8, 2017 from 2-4pm
After serving the minimum sentence, 30 months (2-1/2 years), for a crime he never committed, Rev. Edward Pinkney will be released on parole on Tuesday, June 13! He is in good spirits and looks forward to reuniting with his wife, Dorothy, his community, and supporters. You can welcome Rev. Pinkney home yourself at a dinner in Detroit on July 8! Dinner will be served (bring a dish if you can) From the organizers:\We are also collecting funds for a 'Welcome Home Rev. Pinkney' check to be presented to him at that time. Folks can send checks to Moratorium NOW Coalition, 5920 Second Ave., Detroit, MI 48202 (on memo line write Welcome Home Rev. Pinkney). Let's give Rev. Pinkney a big welcome home from the belly of the beast!
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 from 7-10pm
Presented by Michigan Coalition for Human Rights, 9200 Gration, Detroit, MI; 313-579-9071;; and NAACP Detroit. The meeting is free and open to the public. Guarded parking adjacent. In this edition of Moyers & Company, Bill speaks with Sherrilyn Iffill of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund and Ari Berman, contributing writer for The nation magazine, about Texas' harsh voter ID law and the troubling issue of voter suppression. This is happening in states all over the country. Facilitator will be Heaster Wheeler, former Executive director, NAACP.
Saturday, December 12, 2015 from noon-5pm
Michigan political prisoner, the Reverend Edward Pinkney, fears for his life. With phone access denied, he is isolated in the far north Marquette Branch Prison, 500 miles from his wife, attorney and supporters. He recently wrote: "I was transferred to Marquette Prison, shackled, mistreated, and intimidated. I was forced to strip on five different occasions. I am forced into overcrowding, inadequate exercise, lack of clean clothing, and inadequate medical care. "I believe that [they] have put a hit on me, inside the prison system. I believe they are trying to force me to die in prison. If I do not survive this, you will know the reason why. "The blatantly unconstitutional conduct by Judge Sterling Schrock, Prosecutor Mike Sepic, Sheriff Bailey, and the all-white jury have placed my life in danger. "I need you to stand with me against the corrupt, broken system, a criminal enterprise operating in Berrien County and across the country--a lynch mob in black robes and three-piece suits." Rev. Pinkney's family and supporters agree that his life is in danger. Racist guards are whipping up hostility among the 80% white prisoners against Rev. Pinkney. He lacks clean clothes, decent food, adequate medical care and exercise. Rev. Pinkney turned 67 at the end of October. We need to come together to put this critical situation before the whole nation and the entire world. 313-680-5508 Initial Endorsers: Mrs. Dorothy Pinkney; Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (; Observers in the Court; Pan African News Wire(; Detroit Active and Retired Employees Association (DAREA); Detroit Green Party; Detroit School Board (in exile); Moratorium NOW! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures; Workers World Party
Wednesday, July 29, 2015 from 10am-4pm
The People’s Water Board Coalition, Detroiters-Resisting Emergency Management, Michigan Welfare Rights and We the People of Detroit are hosting a public meeting with representatives of the Philadelphia City Council, Detroit Activist and Roger Colton, widely regarded as a national expert on affordable, sustainable water policy. The public discussion will be held from noon to 4 pm, following a 10am press conference. The public meeting, including members of the State Legislature.