Good Friday, April 18, 2014, 4PM

Heed God's Call to act together against the easy availability of guns in our city streets and throughout our nation.

Sister Muhummad/Durham Park
47th Street and Wyalusing Avenue
Philadelphia, PA

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Photo of Good Friday Interfaith Service to End Gun Violence, 2013

Heeding God’s Call brought Christian activists to their feet this March 21-23, 2014 in support of its multi-faith campaign to prevent gun violence.

Bryan Miller, Heeding’s Executive Director, convened a panel about gun violence and its prevention. The session was attended by nearly one thousand activists, who reacted to Heeding’s message with enthusiasm and commitment.

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Photo from Educational advocacy day in March 2014

In 2009 Heeding God’s Call’s public attention to Colosimo’s practices led to action by federal authorities. After months of public demonstrations organized by Heeding, US Attorney and ATF announced that Colosimo’s would be forced to close due to knowingly selling to straw buyers – exactly AS Heeding contended. Read more

Photograph from Colosimos Gun Shop at Good Friday action

Giving Tuesday

Black Friday

Cyber Monday

#Giving Tuesday


Heeding God's Call to End Gun Violence

invites you to join us on

#Giving Tuesday

December 1, 2015




Chester/Delco Area

Tuesday, November 24, 11:00 a.m.

Widener University

Nursing students will be displaying the Memorial to the Lost along with a banner crafted by Kristina George-Stanley, in memory of her son Dominic and all the lives tragically lost in the City of Chester to gun violence

Greater Washington, DC Area

Retired for 2015.

For information on 2016 installations,

please contact

Montgomery County, PA

St. Mary's Episcopal Church

36 Ardmore Ave.,

Ardmore, PA 19003

Now through 1st week in December

Saturday, November 21, 2015

A wonderful group of volunteers installed Heeding's Montgomery County, PA Memorial last Saturday morning on the front lawn of St. Mary's Episcopal Church on Ardmore Avenue in Ardmore, PA.  The Memorial, honoring fifty gun homicide victims from the past five years in Montco, was installed in record time - 45 minutes.  The site is on a well traveled street in front of a beautiful church.


St. Asaph's Episcopal Church

27 Conshohocken State Road

Cynwyd, PA

December 5-December 18


Please Stop, Read, Pray, and Remember

Please stop in and visit the Memorial!