November 22, 2022
Powerful evening coming together as a community in prayer and solidarity to stand up against bigotry and prejudice.
Given the recent and egregious antisemitic comments and actions by prominent people, the desecration of a Jewish cemetery in Waukegan, and the ongoing demonization of Jews and Black people in our society, we joined together as a community in prayer and solidarity to stand up against bigotry and prejudice and reiterate our commitment to building a community where hate has no home and love and justice are our guiding principles.
‘Our unity and solidarity is a visual and powerful response to hate-filled people.’ By Richard Cahan (featured in Evanston Roundtable)
Read Pastor Michael Nabors words or listen to the recording of the Interfaith Gathering below.