9/11 Memorial Service on Promenade Monday

Update: because of weather, the service was held in the Parish House of St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church. The Brooklyn Heights Interfaith Clergy Association will hold its annual interfaith memorial service for the victims of the 9/11 attacks this coming Monday, September 11 starting at 7:15 PM, on the Brooklyn Heights Promenade near the Montague Street entrance. Previous services have included readings from sacred texts of the Christian, Jewish, and Muslim faiths.

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  • Andrew Porter

    I went down to the Promenade at about midnight, stared at the upwelling beams of light for a few minutes, went home.

    In 2001, because of the continuing stench downwind from the WTC, escaped to England, spending Christmas/New Year’s on the Jurassic Coast and later in London. The only good thing to come out of 911 for me was that hotel rooms were plentiful and affordable on the trip.

    By the time I got back to BH, the smell had gone.