PACE is committed to helping develop community leadership that accurately reflects the City's diverse population; further developing our Covenant for Racial Reconciliation program; providing diversity training to any and all interested residents; encouraging opportunities for community building; and supporting pulpit swaps to strengthen and unite the religious community. PACE is a subcommittee of the Eastpointe Community Chest Networking Forum (ECCNF). PACE was founded by Bishop Bill McCullum, Pastor at Bride of Christ Ministries, and retired Eastpointe Police Chief Mike Lauretti in 1999. Both are deeply dedicated to racial harmony and have worked tirelessly to promote racial harmony in our community.
For more information, call Chaplain James Friedman at (586) 531-1199.
To maintain an ongoing forum for open, honest an d progressive dialogue; To promote opportunities to facilitate the education and interaction of multi-cultural and multi-ethnic perspectives that increase and enhance awareness and respect for others; To foster beneficial relationships between the City of Eastpointe, the Eastpointe Police Department, Eastpointe residents and visitors to our community; To foster an environment in which citizens can live, work and play together in peace and harmony.
To lead Eastpointe in the embracing of diversity, which will make our community successful and stable, and to promote racial unity amongst our citizens.
Date: Third Tuesday of each Month
Time: 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
Location: Eastpointe Police Department, 16083 East Nine Mile Road