When: Wednesday, February 5, 2020 from 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Where: Pineland Farms, Conference Center, 16 Pineland Drive, New Gloucester
Who: Faith Community Representatives, Faith Leaders, Youth Leaders and others who influence youth
The Maine Council of Churches joins religious and ethnic communities standing up against the growing anti-semitic outrages that have been occurring at an alarming rate.The American Jewish Committee, the nation’s oldest human rights organization, has asked the American Jewish community to display stickers on their websites read that read “#Jewish and Proud.” The AJC has also asked those non-Jews who support the national protest against anti-semitism to display a similar “Ally” sticker.
We stand in solidarity with our Jewish brothers and sisters.
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The effort is being led by the Episcopal Diocese of Maine, but is open to all faith groups.