First Unitarian Hosts “Interfaith Solidarity Gathering in the Aftermath of Charlottesville” This Tuesday

First Unitarian Church announced that it will host an “Interfaith Solidarity Gathering in the Aftermath of Charlottesville” this Tuesday evening.  Here are the details from the facebook event page:

Join us as we gather with members of the Brooklyn interfaith community in solidarity with the people of Charlottesville and those across the country who are targets of racial and ethnic violence today. In grief, anger, song, and prayer, we will share the visions of our faith traditions. We will declare with clarity the spiritual teachings that are cynically obfuscated by our political leaders: that every human has inherent worth and dignity, that the oppressed will prevail, and that every community is sacred and belongs in this land. All are welcome.

First Unitarian Universalist Society in Brooklyn
40 Monroe Place, Brooklyn, NY
Tuesday, Aug. 22 at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
(Photo courtesy of the First Unitarian facebook event page.)
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