Interfaith Walk for Peace and Reconciliation
Posted by on April 6, 2009
ALL INVITED TO WALK and PARTICIPATE
Philadelphia – 6th Annual
INTERFAITH WALK FOR PEACE and RECONCILIATION
“People of Light, People of Hope, People of Courage.”
Walking Dialogue among Jews, Muslims, Christians, Sikh, Buddhists, Baha’i, Hindu, and Others
Come walk in peace, wear white as an expression of unity.
Celebrate with Prayer, Music, and Sharing
SUNDAY, MAY 3, 2009
OPENING GATHERING: Philadelphia Cathedral [Jewish Prayer and Music] (3723 Chestnut Street)
Walk west on Walnut; south on 46th to Lancaster
FIRST STOP: Philadelphia Masjid (4700 Wyalusing)
Walk east on Lancaster
NEXT STOP: Millcreek Baptist Church (641 N Preston between 40th/41st at Lancaster)
Walk east on Lancaster; south on 38th
CLOSING GATHERING: Philadelphia Cathedral (3723 Chestnut Street)
(Food and Fellowship)
Al-Aqsa Islamic Society
1501 Germantown Avenue (3rd/Jefferson)
Free parking; bus available to Cathedral and return
PLEASE WEAR WHITE AS AN EXPRESSION OF UNITY
A bus will follow walkers for those who need to ride part of all of the way
Emergency medical assistance will be available
Parking available – Market Street between 38/39 ($3.00 contribution requested)
No political banners, please.
DETAILS/MORE INFORMATION: http://www.interfaithpeacewalk.org
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