Eighth Annual Peace Walk Sept 11, 2011

WHERE WILL YOU BE FOR THE 9/11 ANNIVERSARY?

SAVE THE DATE

COME JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORS IN BROOKLYN FOR THE

 Eighth Annual

Children of Abraham

Peace Walk

Jews, Christians, Muslims, and Other Neighbors

 Walking from Brooklyn to Manhattan for Peace  

September 11, 2011, 2:00 pm–5:00 pm

Tired of all the hate and fear? Join us as we walk together in a spirit of peace, Jews, Christians, Muslims and all people of good will. We’ll be supporting the resilience of our city while deepening our interfaith connections and spreading the message that here in Brooklyn people from different walks of life experience mutual respect and friendship. Please email to your lists. Youth groups and musical performers are welcomed.

 

Begins at: 2PM Gather at the Dawood Mosque (143 State St., Brooklyn, NY)

Walk as a group toward Brooklyn Bridge, stopping at houses of worship including Brooklyn Heights Synagogue (131 Remsen St.); and also visit the local Firehouse (Middagh Street) to express our thanks and give some tokens of appreciation! Cross Brooklyn Bridge and proceed to the community center behind Trinity Church, “Charlotte’s Place” (109 Greenwich St., NY, NY). Join in the other 9/11 observances going on downtown!

Flier here: PeaceWalk-082611 (1)

Refreshments will be served. All ages welcome. Additional co-sponsors welcome.

 For further information, please contact:

Rabbi Ellen Lippmann:  (718) 633-6377

Rev. Tom Martinez:  (718) 915-2600

Debbie Almontaser:  (917) 559 8480

 Sponsored by: All Souls Bethlehem Church • Arab Muslim American Federation • Brooklyn Congregations United • Catholic Charities: Diocese of Brooklyn & Queens • Church of Gethsemane • Congregation Beth Elohim • Council of Peoples Organization (COPO) • Kolot Chayeinu/ Voices of Our Lives • Muslim Consultative Network • Park Slope Jewish Center • Temple Beth Emeth vOhr Progressive Shaarei Zedek The Dialogue Project

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