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Mark this Day for Peace, Justice and Inclusion
Let us join to celebrate our common humanity and shared commitment to a world of peace, justice and inclusion. Prayers, reflections, music and rituals from diverse religious traditions will call us to unity and compassion as we make a public affirmation for peace. Those of all faiths and of no formal faith are more than welcome.
At 5:30-7pm there will be a Multifaith Peace Picnic, also on King Plaza, sponsored by American Muslim Voice along with over two dozen Peace Partners, including MVPJ. Come for that and have more opportunity to cultivate community and friendship. Our Peaceful Presence Gathering will immediately follow the picnic.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: Click here to see ways you can help and sign-up for what you can do.
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Bring a sweater or something to keep you warm, as it can get cool and breezy on the plaza!
Hosted by Multifaith Voices for Peace & Justice. Co-hosts 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 Partnership for Justice; Buddhist Peace Fellowship, West Bay Chapter; Congregation Beth Am; Congregation Etz Chayim; Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-SFBA); First Baptist Church of Palo Alto; First Congregational Church of Palo Alto; First Lutheran Church of Palo Alto; First Presbyterian Church of Palo Alto; First United Methodist Church of Palo Alto; Heartbeat: A Journey toward Earth's Wellness; Human Concerns Committee, St. Thomas Aquinas Parish (Catholic); Keddem Congregation; Oshman Family Jewish Community Center, Palo Alto; Peninsula Solidarity Network; Region 7, Sathya Sai Int'l Organization USA; Silicon Valley Interreligious Council (SiVIC); Spark Church, Palo Alto; St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Palo Alto; Trinity Church in Menlo Park (Episcopal); Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto; Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Los Gatos; University AME Zion Church of Palo Alto.
For more information about the Multifaith Peace Picnic hosted by American Muslim Voice, and to RSVP through Eventbrite, click here.