NewsHope and Healing Tour: Nagasaki survivors last message to America. Wednesday, November 8, 7PM, at Highland Methodist Church

CUCC’s Do Justice Ministry invites you to a special evening listening to the stories of those who survived the atomic bomb in Nagasaki.

Wednesday, November 8


Highland United Methodist Church (directions)

From November 7-11 a three-generation delegation of survivors of the 1945 atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan will be in NC to tell their stories “from beneath the atomic cloud”, engage in dialogue with American audiences and talk about a world without nuclear weapons as they promote the UN “Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.” Raleigh will be the first stop of their extraordinary tour which will go on to Chicago and Portland, OR.

The delegation will be speaking at several regional schools and colleges but there will be one public presentation in Raleigh. We sincerely hope you will join us!

You are already supporting this tour through your giving to CUCC’s budget and with your time and talents.  The Do Justice Ministry allocated $500 of their budget toward the costs of lodging and food for the guests from Nagasaki. Several members of CUCC are preparing a supper for the guests on their final night in Raleigh; and Mac Hulslander has been on the four-person Planning Committee for this event. Now you can support them by attending this special evening and listening to their stories.

For additional information please contact Mac Hulslander at or by calling 919-833-7203.