TONIGHT, JULY 12: Belmont Vigil for Healing and Community

In the face of so many recent tragedies across our country and the world, it is important for local communities to come together and reflect on peace and understanding. From Turkey to Dallas, to Orlando, Baton Rouge, St. Paul and beyond, there has never been a greater need to respect our differences, affirm the value of every life, and seek common ground.

Please join us on Tuesday evening, July 12 (tonight) at 8:00 p.m. for the Belmont Vigil for Peace and Community. It will be held at the St. Joseph church courtyard facing Common Street. Parking is available in the St. Joseph parking lot on School Street.

With a focus on reflection and prayer, this brief candlelight service will include members of many different faith communities in town, local community organizations, and representatives from our police department. The service will conclude after sunset at 8:30 p.m.

The vigil is being co-sponsored by Belmont Against Racism, the interfaith Belmont Religious Council, and other local community groups. All are welcome.

Please join us, and help us to welcome others to this vigil.

~ The FCB Social Action Committee
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