Peace and Justice: NDPC Visits Montgomery April 4, 2020

Entrance to the Legacy MuseumThe Peace and Justice committee invites you to visit the Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration and The National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, Alabama.

At the Legacy Museum you’ll bear witness to the evolution of the slave trade through Jim Crow to today’s mass incarceration.

Markers at the National MemorialAt the National Memorial, you’ll learn about the thousands of people lynched in towns and counties across America. The memorial is “conceived with the hope of creating a sober, meaningful site where people can gather and reflect on America’s history of racial inequality.”

The experience will illuminate, educate, and we hope move you to committed action. This visit is serves as a prelude to our adult education class “Violence, Nonviolence, Peacemaking,” beginning the next day, on April 5, Palm Sunday. 


  • 8:00 AM Depart NDPC
  • 11:00 AM Museum tour begins
  • 1:30 PM Lunch at local restaurant(s)
  • 3:00 PM Arrive at Memorial
  • 4:30 PM Depart for NDPC

We have reserved a comfortable bus for the 3-hour drive each way. This will facilitate our entrance to the museum as a group and allow us to discuss and reflect together on the way home.

Bus: $30 per person

Museum and Memorial – add 10% tax
$10.00 – Adults
$7.00 – Students and Seniors
Free – Children 6 years and under

Contact Tim Merritt at [email protected].

Registration Options
PayPal or put a check in the Sunday offering with “Montgomery Bus Trip” in the subject line.

Image credits:
Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama USA” by heatheronhertravels is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, Montgomery, Alabama” by Carwil is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0