TRINITY, FLORIDA, April 3, 2018 – With the fear of violence in our schools growing, we are faced with decisions as individuals and as a community to seek change. It is imperative that we unite as one proactive community, to take steps forward as we listen, learn, educate, and make pathways that will lead to real solutions. Having this goal in mind, Generations Christian Church is hopeful and excited to host the Forum for Change.
The Forum for Change is a community-wide initiative to help identify and learn from those who are influential on the front lines. Please join us at 6:00PM on April 15, 2018, to hear from a panel who will present information from their vantage points, share critical observations, and explain how they believe we can all take a stand for our community.
Communication between key positions of service and authority in our community may not ensure we never face violence on our school grounds, but it is foundational to start conversations and potentially find solutions that work.
Panel to include: Captain William T. Davis, Pasco County Sheriff’s Office; John Legg, Former State Senator; Jordan Garcia, J.W. Mitchell High School Student Body President; Ben Ford, Generations Christian Church Associate Pastor and Student Ministry Team Leader; Jim Howard, Executive Director of Trinity Security Allies; Sharon Sacco Slusser, Cotee River School Principal; Lieutenant Troy Fergueson, Pasco County Sheriff’s Office; and Reginald Roundtree, WTSP 10News Anchor (Moderator).
Generations Christian Church is a non-denominational Christian church in Trinity and Spring Hill, Florida. The Forum for Change will be held at our Trinity location, 1540 Little Road, Trinity, Florida, 34655.