Clergy Coffee “We Have to Talk”

JCC’s Katz Performing Arts Center, Robinson Building,  5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill

November 8, 2018

9:45 – 11:30 am

Clergy Coffee “We Have to Talk”
Thursday, November 8.
9:45 – 11:30 am.
JCC’s Katz Performing Arts Center, Robinson Building,  5738 Darlington Road, Squirrel Hill

“We are committed to fighting intolerance with the promise of love. As a community working together in solidarity, our resolve is strong and our voices loud”

Thank you for standing up for love at Saturday’s vigil and for the messages of care and support you have been sending. Our intent at the vigil was to surround the most impacted clergy, who collectively lost 11 beautiful souls, with the unique hope and faith that fellow clergy and spiritual leaders know all too well.  Thanks to you, we succeeded so far.

Our work now continues with urgency.

Please join us at the JCC on November 8 for a Clergy Coffee. Spread the news to all of your spiritual leader networks. If ever there was a time for clergy to come together in and around Pittsburgh, it is now. As a community working together in solidarity, our resolve is strong and our voices loud.Rabbi Ron Symons (JCC)
Rev. Liddy Barlow (CASP)
Josh Sayles (Director, CRC)
Wasi Mohamed (Executive Director, ICP)

RSVP here. 

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