Submitted by Mary Davis on Tue, 09/10/2019 - 2:36pm
On Saturday, October 12th our middle- and high-school students are invited to visit the Tamerlaine Sanctuary & Preserve in Montague Township (near High Point, NJ). Since 2014, this preserve has served as a paradise for neglected and abused farmed animals. Presently, over 200 animals call Tamerlaine Sanctuary home, some rescued from factory farms, ritual sacrifices, and urban slaughterhouses, while other animals were found abandoned and wandering the streets of New York City. Together we will tour the sanctuary, connect with and learn to appreciate farmed animals, and experience the beauty of God’s creation during this fall season. We will meet in the St. Paul’s space lot at 11am and return by 5pm. Please RSVP to Rev. Mary at email@example.com by September 22nd, so we can secure tickets and transportation.