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Sun. 3/18: L.I. Interfaith Service for Peace

Witness Peace!

Sunday, March 18th 2007 at 3 PM
Huntington Station, NY USAAn interfaith service,organized by Pax Christi LI and supported by Nassau and Suffolk peace groups, are gathering to reflect, to pray and to encourage one another in the pursuit of peace. Everyone is welcome.

St. Hugh of Lincoln Church  21 East 9th St.
(Rte 110 between Pulaski Rd. and E 9th St.  Huntington Station NY 11746) 

Sponsored By: LI Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives, LI Veterans for Peace Chapter 138, Interfaith Alliance for LI

Contact: Sheila Croke

Note: This event is listed on the UFPJ calendar events to commemorate the 4th Anniversary of the War in Iraq. There is a peace demonstration in the area that morning and the Suffolk Peace Network community is encouraging people to attend both events.  

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