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Mark this day for peace, justice and hope!
Tuesday, September 11, 7-8:30m
King Plaza, 250 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto
Multifaith Peace Picnic - 7pm.
Sponsored by American Muslim Voice, MVPJ and many other Peace Partners
Food, friendship, and a short program including children singing and messages of hope and inclusion
Multifaith Peace Prayers - 8pm
A brief service of prayers, music and rituals from diverse faith traditions, marking the end of the Jewish Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah at 8:11pm, and concluding by 8:30pm with a candlelight vigil.
RSVP: The event is free and open to all, but your RSVP for the picnic will really help us plan! Please let us know you are coming by clicking on this Eventbrite page!
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VOLUNTEER FOR SET-UP and/or CLEAN-UP: Click here to volunteer to help with set-up from 6:30-7pm and/or clean-up 8:30-9pm! We need a few people to arrive by 6:30pm (please allow ample time for parking, which can be a challenge!) to help set-up chairs and tables, etc., and others to stay after the program to stack chairs, gather recylcing and garbage, etc. Thank you!
Click below to download flyers. Please distribute widely!
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Cohosts include: All Saints Episcopal Church, Palo Alto; American Muslim Voice; Anjuman-e-Jamali (San Jose Muslim Organization); Baha'i Community of Palo Alto; Bend the Arc: A Jewish Parnership for Justice, South Bay Chapter; Berkeley Masjid (Mosque); Congregation Beth Am, Los Altos; Congregation Etz Chayim, Palo Alto; Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), San Francisco Bay Area; First Baptist Church, Palo Alto; First Congregational Church, Palo Alto; First Lutheran Church, Palo Alto; First Presbyterian Church, Palo Alto; First United Methodist Church, Palo Alto; Human Concerns Committee of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Parish, Palo Alto; Keddem Congregation; MVPA (Mountain View/Palo Alto) Musalla (Muslim Mosque); Muslim Community Association of the San Francisco Bay Area; Oshman Family Jewish Community Center; Palo Alto Buddhist Temple; Peninsula Solidarity Network; Region 7, Sathya Sai International Organization USA; SiVIC (Silicon Valley Interfaith Council); South Bay Islamic Association; SPARK Church, Palo Alto; St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Palo Alto; Stanford Memorial Church and the Office for Religious Life; Trinity Church in Menlo Park (Episcopal); Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto; Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Los Gatos; Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Sunnyvale, Social Justice Team; University AME Zion Church, Palo Alto; University Lutheran Church, Palo Alto.
If your community, organization or congregation would like to join us and 30 other local groups in cohosting this event, contact Diana at email@example.com.