Sacred Walk of Inclusion 3/30/07

Sacred Walk of Inclusion



Friday, March 30th – from Noon to 2:00 PM



All Are Invited to Join Us in an Inter-Faith Prayer Walk in Solidarity with our Immigrant Neighbors



Throughout the Sacred Walk of Inclusion we will take time for silence, meditation, intercession, and hymns. The march will assemble and then leave from the Southampton Village Hall at 23 Main St. and continue around the corner to Town Hall and then to the Southampton Railroad Station, with stops along the way, arriving at the 7-Eleven on County Rd. 39 and North Sea Road, where day laborers now congregate to find work with our neighbors. We will then circle back to Village Hall where there will be a rally and signing of a book, signifying a pledge to work for inclusion of all the people in our community, especially those whom a vocal minority might want to exclude.


The Shinnecock Indian Nation welcomed and included into the life of their community the first European immigrants who settled in Southampton in 1640. We can find no finer example than to walk in their footsteps. People are encouraged to bring their drums.


Walkers will meet in front of the Southampton Village Hall

Walk will end at the Village Hall with Prayers and Music


Each walker will be invited to sign a registry of welcome and inclusion of everybody in our community.


hosted by The Sacred Walk of Inclusion Committee


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