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The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis [Episcopal News Service] Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, an Episcopalian who made his religion a prominent aspect of his campaign in this year’s Democratic presidential primary, spoke to The Episcopal Church’s House of Deputies via Zoom on July 15 about living his faith as a public leader, answering deputies’ questions about everything from his military service to his two rescue dogs.Buttigieg spoke to about 400 deputies and alternates as part of a series of Zoom webinars hosted by the House of Deputies – one half of The Episcopal Church’s General Convention – dealing with “the ministry of governance to which deputies have been called.”Buttigieg was invited to speak by the Very Rev. Brian Grantz, a deputy and the dean and rector of South Bend’s Cathedral of St. James, where Buttigieg worships and where he married his husband Chasten in 2018.In introducing Buttigieg, Grantz testified to the sincerity of the man who has sat “in the same seat on Sunday morning in the fourth pew from the back, Sunday after Sunday after Sunday for 10 years” and recalled a conversation he had with Buttigieg during his first term as mayor, in which Buttigieg shared that he viewed public office as a “diaconal ministry.”Buttigieg told the deputies he misses that pew at the cathedral, which is closed due to COVID-19. Like many Episcopalians, he’s found the loss of in-person worship difficult.“I’ve found it really challenging,” he said. “As somebody who is maybe politically progressive but I’m liturgically conservative, I depend on the rhythms of liturgy, and, and as we’re all finding, there are parts of it that we can grasp powerfully through technology and others that just aren’t there across the computer screen.”Buttigieg shared stories from his presidential campaign, his time as mayor and his winding journey into The Episcopal Church. Raised by parents who came from Roman Catholic and Episcopalian backgrounds, Buttigieg began attending an Anglican church while studying at Oxford University and ended up at St. James when he moved back to South Bend. He found “a sense of spiritual grounding” there. His newfound identity as an Episcopalian, he said, became real when it was listed on the dog tags he was issued before being deployed to Afghanistan, where he served as a naval intelligence officer.Buttigieg addressed the importance of bringing faith into the public sphere, and he spoke to how a reluctance to live one’s faith publicly can leave it to be defined by others.“Those who are on my side of the aisle, those who view themselves as more progressive are sometimes allergic to talking about faith in a way that I’m afraid has made it feel as if God really did have one political party,” Buttigieg said. “And so it was very important to me to assert otherwise, but also to talk about the political implications of the commandments to concern ourselves with the well-being of the most marginalized and the most vulnerable.”The United States is suffering from a lack of trust in institutions, and understandably so, Buttigieg said, pointing to systemic racism in everything from law enforcement to the medical establishment. Faith communities have a crucial role to play in rebuilding that trust, he told deputies, adding that the resolutions they pass establish “a kind of moral authority … that comes from outside of the traditional political space.” Resolutions on specific national issues can break through political partisanship and keep the conversation focused on policies, he said.With his mayoralty and his presidential candidacy behind him, Buttigieg will teach at the University of Notre Dame in the coming academic year on the subject of rebuilding trust in political institutions.“He really understands his public service as a vocation,” House of Deputies President the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings told Episcopal News Service. “I think the big takeaway for me was that your faith and your values and your politics are of the same cloth. They’re not separate. It was clear to me that his understanding himself as a person of faith, as a Christian, as an Episcopalian, that that’s not just a separate piece of his life but it’s part of the whole fabric of his life.”Deputies got to hear about his much quieter post-campaign life at home with Truman and Buddy – “a wayward Lab mix of some kind” and “a one-eyed puggle on a weight loss journey” – and his husband Chasten, whose cooking, Buttigieg said, he has come to appreciate as part of the “spirituality of the everyday.”“We’re connected with the everyday in a whole new way,” he said. “I never was somebody very connected to the Earth – certainly the lawn. And now we have just these moments of interaction with, literally, birds and butterflies – sounds like a cliché, just things that happen in your own backyard. You don’t always pause to think about, let alone imagine, that the presence of God is there. What could be funnier than watching a bird take a bath? And I just never sat still long enough to do it in my own backyard.”Byron Rushing, vice president of the House of Deputies, appreciated that Buttigieg was not there to give a stump speech but to offer lessons from his own life and show what ministry can look like for laypeople in The Episcopal Church.“I think most of the people on that call got a sense of what it is to be an Episcopalian and see this public policy as your ministry,” Rushing, who served for 36 years in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, told ENS. “And have dogs and be married and have a backyard!”Buttigieg, Rushing said, is an example of the “ministry of the baptized,” and a reminder that laypeople are called to ministry in their lives, not just in their churches.“They realize, ‘Oh, wait a minute. Yes! What I do is my primary ministry.’ There’d be no Episcopal Church if there wasn’t Monday through Saturday,” Rushing said.And as much as Buttigieg reveres his vocation as a politician, he extended his admiration to the deputies as they undertake the sometimes-thorny work of church governance.“I have been pleased to be involved in the church and to be involved in politics, but I would not dare get anywhere near church politics,” he said.– Egan Millard is an assistant editor and reporter for Episcopal News Service. He can be reached at [email protected] Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Rector Washington, DC Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Youth Minister Lorton, VA Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Rector Knoxville, TN Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Rector Tampa, FL Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Faith & Politics, The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Rector Hopkinsville, KY Press Release Service Tags Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Submit a Job Listing Rector Pittsburgh, PA Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Submit an Event Listing Featured Jobs & Calls By Egan MillardPosted Jul 16, 2020 Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Rector Collierville, TN Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom From NBCnews.comAn unusually sophisticated identity phishing campaign targeted Gmail users, seeking to gain control of their entire email histories and spread itself to all of their contacts, Google confirmed Wednesday according to NBC News.The attack arrives in users’ inboxes posing as an email from a trusted contact and asks them to check out an attached “Google Docs,” or GDocs, file. Clicking on the link goes to a real Google security page, where users are asked to give permission for the fake app, posing as GDocs, to manage users’ email account.The worm also sends itself out to all of the affected users’ contacts reproducing itself hundreds of times any time a single user fell for it.The strategy is a common one, but the worm that was released Wednesday caused havoc for millions of users because of its unusually sophisticated construction: Not only did the malicious link look remarkably realistic and trustworthy, but the email that delivered it also appeared to come from someone users already know — and the payload manipulated Google’s real login system.Google said it had “disabled” the malicious accounts and pushed updates to all users. The vulnerability was exposed for only about one hour, and a spokesperson told NBC News on Wednesday night that it affected “fewer than 0.1 percent of Gmail users” — which would still be about 1 million of the service’s roughly 1 billion users worldwide.“While contact information was accessed and used by the campaign, our investigations show that no other data was exposed,” the spokesperson said.It could have been a potential calamity for unsuspecting victims: With control of your Gmail account, scammers can harvest any personal data you’ve ever sent or received in an email. That can allow them to generate password-reset requests on scores of other services, potentially letting the hackers take over, for example, your Amazon, Facebook or online bank accounts.Here is a look at what the e-mail looks like: Please enter your name here @zeynep Just got this as well. Super sophisticated. pic.twitter.com/l6c1ljSFIX2:52 PM – 3 May 2017 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply What you can doWhile the malicious email was a dead ringer for a real message from a trusted friend, there was one key giveaway: The mail was sent to a fake email address in the main recipient field — [email protected] Users’ addresses were included in the BCC field.If you received a Gmail message with the mailinator.com address as the main recipient, report it as phishing by clicking the down arrow beside the reply button and selecting “Report phishing.” Then delete it.If you do click on the malicious link, don’t grant permission when the fake GDocs app asks for it.If, unfortunately, you fell for the scam and granted permission to the hackers, go to your Google connected sites console and immediately revoke access to “Google Docs.” (If you don’t trust the embedded link here — which is generally a good thing — you can manually type the address into your browser: https://myaccount.google.com/security?pli=1#connectedapps)While you’re at it, it’s a good idea to revoke permission for any app listed there that you don’t recognize.Finally, change your Google password. Phishing (or malware) Google Doc links that appear to come from people you may know are going around. DELETE THE EMAIL. DON’T CLICK. pic.twitter.com/fSZcS7ljhu Please enter your comment! UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 3 MayZeynep Tufekci @zeynep Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. TAGSgmailphishingScam Previous articleBreaking news overnight: Gunshot victim found in car on 13th StreetNext articleChildren rush in where adults fear to tread… Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR FollowZach Latta @zachlatta You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter
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News UpdatesSC Adjourns Habeas Corpus Plea of Octogenarian Congress Leader Prof. Saifuddin Soz Radhika Roy16 July 2020 4:53 AMShare This – xThe Supreme Court on Wednesday adjourned the habeas corpus plea filed against the Government of Jammu and Kashmir’s detention order of octogenarian Congress leader and former Union Minister Prof. Saifuddin Soz, who has been under house arrest since 5th August, 2019. A Bench comprising of Justices Arun Mishra, Vineet Saran and MR Shah adjourned the plea to July 29 on the submission…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Supreme Court on Wednesday adjourned the habeas corpus plea filed against the Government of Jammu and Kashmir’s detention order of octogenarian Congress leader and former Union Minister Prof. Saifuddin Soz, who has been under house arrest since 5th August, 2019. A Bench comprising of Justices Arun Mishra, Vineet Saran and MR Shah adjourned the plea to July 29 on the submission of the Union that more time was required for filing of a Reply to the petition.Previously, a Bench headed by Justice Mishra had issued notice in the matter, after hearing Senior Advocates P. Chidambaram and Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvo, who submitted that Prof. Soz had been kept under detention for over 10 months without proper communication with regard to the grounds of said detention. The petition, filed by Advocate-on-Record Sunil Fernandes on behalf of Prof. Soz’s wife, Mrs. Mumtazunnisa Soz, states that “ten months have passed since his first detention, and he is yet to be informed of his grounds of detention. All efforts by him to obtain a copy of the detention order(s) have been of no avail due to the illegal, arbitrary exercise of powers by the Respondent No. 2.”The plea further contends that the detention is wholly contrary and perverse to the constitutional safeguards laid down under Article 21 and 22 of the Constitution of India, as well as the law on prevention detention. It is further in contravention of the statutory scheme of the Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act, 1978 [“PSA Act”], under which the detention order has been purportedly passed. It has been averred in the plea that there are glaring violations which surround the illegal detention of the detenu: 1. The grounds of detention have not been communicated to the detenu by the authority passing the detention order. No copy of the order has been provided, despite numerous requests. This is in grave violation of Article 22(5) of the Constitution of India which states that the authority making the order shall communicate to the dentenu the grounds on which the order has been made, and shall afford the detenu the earliest possible opportunity of making representation against the order. “Aside from not being furnished with the grounds of detention, and being virtually denied of the right to make a representation, the detenu has been kept in detention without reasons for a period of more than ten months on the date of filing this petition”. Furthermore, under the PSA Act, the maximum period of detention under Section 18 is three months in the first instance, extendable up to 12 months if the person is acting in a manner prejudicial to the maintenance of public order. It is six months in the first instance, extendable up to two years for persons acting in any manner prejudicial to the security of the state. 2. In contravention of constitutional guidelines as well as the the statutory scheme of the PSA Act, the detenu has been denied the right to make a representation against the order(s) of detention. The plea avers that it has been ten months since the detenu was placed on house arrest and, due to the non-furnishing of grounds of detention as well as non-supply of copy of the order, the detenu has not been able to make any representation against the order. This is in violation of Article 22(5) as well as Section 13 of the PSA Act. The plea refers to the case of Ibrahim Ahmad Batti v. State of Gujarat (1982) to drive home this point. 3. A prolonged and indefinite detention leads to the violation of the constitutional safeguards enshrined under Article 21 and Article 22, as well as the law on preventive detention. The plea refers to the case of State of Maharasthra & Ors. V. Bhaurao Punjabrao Gawande (2008) to illustrate the primacy of Article 21, even in cases of preventive detention. 4. Conduct of the detenu showcases that there is no criminal antecedent and has not indulged in any communication that could be construed as the commitment of an offence under the PSA Act. Section 8 of the PSA Act stipulates the powers to make orders for detention. It states that the Government may direct for the detention of the person if it satisfied that any person is acting in any manner prejudicial to the security of the State, or the maintenance of the public order. The plea states that “in this regard, it may be appreciated that the detenu is a senior citizen and an octogenarian. As already stated, the detenu is a man of letters and is of an academic bent. His conduct, both prior to and post the revocation of status of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, has been peaceable. He has no criminal antecedent and has never in the past committed any offence, let alone those of disturbing the security of the State or public tranquility in any manner as described under Section 8(3) of the Act”.In light of the above, the habeas corpus petition has been filed in the Supreme Court of India. Next Story
By News Highland – August 22, 2018 WhatsApp Pinterest Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest The funeral of the young man who died in a tragic crash in Donegal at the weekend is taking place in Fermanagh later today. Conall McAleer and young mum Shiva Devine were both killed after the car they were traveling in, hit a wall in Bundoran in the early hours of Sunday morning.Conall will be laid to rest at Edenclaw Cemetery following requiem mass at Saint Joseph’s Church at Ederney, at 12 midday today. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Funeral takes place of young man who died in Bundoran crash Twitter Google+ DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Homepage BannerNews Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleOver 2300 LUH patients wait over 18 months over treatmentNext articleGaoth Dobhair beat Glenswilly to move within point of title News Highland News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Twitter Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article A former US HR Practitioner of the Year is to lead the expansion of theon-line knowledge bank goodpractice.net in North America. Tharon Greene,previously a senior HR director with the City of Hampton, Virginia, has beenappointed goodpractice.net’s chief knowledge officer. Her role will be tostimulate innovative thinking, research and product design. Goodpractice.net isdue to launch in February.Addy Olubajo is the new HR manager for the electricity company 24seven. Olubajo is aiming to introduce a new contract system for 24seven’s 2,500 employees. Olubajo joined from a HR role in West Hampstead Housing and hopes to have the new system in place prior to 24seven’s proposed stock market flotation in two years’ time. 24seven was formed due to the merger of Eastern Electricity and a large electricity company, TXU Europe.Paul Faupel has been appointed as the new president of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). During his year in the role, Faupel aims to boost the profile of the institution, which is Europe’s leading body for occupational health professionals.After five years as a freelance HR consultant and locum, Elaine Elliot is joining Field Fisher Waterhouse as HR director. Field Fisher Waterhouse is a well-established international firm based in the City specialising in commercial work, finance, intellectual property, IT and commercial property. Elliot will focus her efforts on performance management and recognition, as well as assisting the partners in senior recruitment initiatives.Top jobAspect Internet has appointed Richard Boon as human resources director. Hewas previously with News, Communications & Media (Newscom) where he heldpositions in advertisement sales before moving into human resources as anemployee relations officer. He subsequently became group training manager,group HR manager and associate director before being appointed director ofhuman resources in 1998.Boon said, “Aspect is an exciting challenge and I am delighted to beoffered this opportunity of working with a talented group of individuals at thecutting edge of technology. “Previous experience in mergers and acquisitions coupled with widegeneralist HR experience should prove useful to Aspect as the company pursuesits ambitious growth plans.”Aspect Internet is an eServices company based in London. Founded in 1995,the company now employs about 120 staff and clients include IPC, Emap,Hollinger and WH Smith.Personal profileKim Freeman is HRD manager, advertising and communications for TMPWorldwide. She has worked in a variety of personnel roles at companiesincluding Parcelforce and GAN financial services.What is the most important lesson that you’ve learnt in your career? Nothingis impossible – think radically and you can find another way.If you could change one aspect of the industry you work in, what would itbe? Helping more people in HR understand the opportunities presented by theInternet, as opposed to seeing it as a threatening, techie tool.What is the best thing about working in HR?Achieving commercial goalsby enabling people to get the most out of themselves. It’s satisfying on allfronts.What is the worst?There are two. Legislation for its own sake andbeing mistaken for old personnel – a systems junkie or a social worker.If you found a time machine hidden in the vaults of your building, whatperiod in time would you visit and why? The 22nd century – to see how theInternet worked out.If you could adopt the management style of an historical character, whosewould you choose and why? It would have to be Shackleton. He had fantasticpurpose and resolve, combined with a passion for people. Sustained effortimpresses me.What would you do if you had more time? Travel with my children, takeup squash again, go to the theatre more, sleep.If you wrote a book, which subject would you choose to write about? GenerationZ. X and Y we know about.What’s your greatest strength? I never give up. And I’m horriblyoptimistic.What’s the greatest risk you ever took? Probably jet skiing with afour-year-old and a five-year-old.CV1998 to date HRD manager, advertising and communications division of TMPWorldwide.1997 Training and development manager, GAN Financial Services1995 Management consultant, independent1992 Customer First training and development manager, Parcelforce, national1990 Personnel and industrial relations manager, Parcelforce, Scotland andNorthern Ireland. … on the moveOn 9 Jan 2001 in Personnel Today
Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Public-sectoremployees are working under considerable stress and pressure to deliverservices to their communities, with nearly three-quarters saying their workloadhas increased in the past year, according to a survey by the union Unison.Thesurvey of more than 4,500 staff was one of the biggest of its kind ever carriedout by the union. Itfound 72 per cent said their workload and job pressure had increased in thelast year, with more than a third (36 per cent) reporting cuts in staffnumbers. At the same time more than half (53 per cent) said the public’sexpectations had increased. Two-thirdsregularly worked extra hours at short notice, 63 per cent said they were notwell paid for the job they did – up from 58 per cent in a similar survey lastyear and 11 per cent worked unpaid for more than four extra hours each week. Unsurprisinglyperhaps, 32 per cent said that they were seriously thinking about leaving theirjob. A total of 38 per cent said they felt less secure in their jobs than lastyear, almost certainly a reflection of the growing threat to privatise councilservices. Three-quartersof those surveyed were women and included social workers, home carers, schoolmeals staff, librarians, classroom assistants and administrative staff.Unison’shead of local government, Malcolm Wing, said: “Managers who are alsoworking under considerable pressure to deliver with shrinking budgets, andstaff shortages need better support.”www.unison.org.uk Dissatisfaction increases among public sector staffOn 1 Aug 2001 in Personnel Today Comments are closed.
January 19, 2019 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Men’s Basketball Routs Colorado Christian Tags: Colorado Christian/Dixie State/Jeremiah Hanson/Matt Conway/Regis Rangers Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLAKEWOOD, Colo.-Matt Conway posted 19 points and 6 rebounds on 7 of 9 shooting as the Dixie State Trailblazers routed Colorado Christian 84-48 Friday at the CCU Event Center in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference men’s basketball action. Jeremiah Hanson led Colorado Christian with 11 points as the Cougars fell to 3-13 and 1-9 in league play. Dixie State improved to 6-8 and 4-6 in conference play while they face the Regis Rangers Saturday. Brad James The Trailblazers shot 52.7 percent for the game and built a 34-17 halftime lead against the hapless Cougars.
Chloe Prettyman uses some fancy stick work to move the ball upfield. The Ocean City high school field hockey team defeated the visiting Absegami Braves 9-0 Saturday morning in the second round of the South Jersey Group three playoffs. The Red Raiders, seeded number two, shut out the seventh seeded Braves, for it’s seventh shutout this season.Ocean City scored early and often with nine different players notching a point in the scorebook. Junior captain Tara McNally led all scorers with a hat trick and added an assist. Chloe Prettyman followed suit with two goals and one assist and Molly Reardon had one goal and one assist. Olivia Vanesko, Bridget O’Kane and Alexis Smallwood each contributed one goal. Sophia Ruh, Nya Gilchrist and Morgan DeCosta all added an assist.Tara McNally dribbles through the Absegami defenders.Ocean City got out to a quick 3-0 lead within the first 15 minutes of the first half. Absegami battled to take some control back and allow their team some offensive opportunities but Ocean City wasn’t about to give up their momentum. Tara McNally helped the Red Raiders keep that momentum single-handedly with all three of her goals being scored within the span of six minutes. This extended the Red Raiders lead to 6 heading into halftime.Sophia Ruh moves the ball through an Absegami player.As the second half got underway, Ocean City continued its dominance all over the field. The majority of the minutes were spent in Ocean City’s offensive end allowing the Red Raiders continued opportunities on goal. With twenty minutes remaining in the game, Chloe Prettyman found the back of the goal after a penalty corner for the Red Raiders. Less than two minutes later, Bridget O’Kane tallied another one for Ocean City on a tip in in front of the goal.Ocean City would continue to push the pace of play for the next 15 minutes. The Absegami goalkeeper came up with some big saves late in the game to thwart the efforts of the Red Raiders. As the clock ticked below a minute, Ocean City had one more goal left in their tanks to finish off the Braves 9-0.Molly Reardon with her breakaway speed looks to goal.Head Coach Kelsey Mitchell was happy with the offensive output her team exhibited today. “We played a good offensive game. The girls were ready for rebounds in the circle and we were getting quick shots off,” said Mitchell postgame.As Ocean City looks ahead to it’s next game, Mitchell reminds them that being in the present is crucial for success. “We tell them to take nothing for granted, that every day matters and we need to be aware of that so we can continue on to the next step,” Mitchell said.Morgan DeCosta passes the ball upfield to her teammate.The Red Raiders will play home, Tuesday at 2 pm versus the winner of Mainland/Cherry Hill West.