We Are Orlando: Vigil and Community Gathering

As representatives of Atlanta’s interfaith community, we offer our prayers to all of the individuals affected by this past weekend’s terrible shooting in Orlando and the LGBTQ community. We grieve with the families and loved ones of those who perished and we offer hope for complete recovery of the injured. Sunday marked the most deadly shooting in American history, and we stand with the community of Orlando in solidarity today and for the coming days as Americans and more importantly human beings. Join us on Tuesday June 14 at 7 PM at the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Downtown for the We Are Orlando: Vigil and Community Gathering to remember the victims of the Orlando massacre and come together as a community.


This statement is issued by the following
organizations:  Interfaith Community Initiatives and #WorldPilgrims, the Faith Alliance of Metro Atlanta and the Neshama Interfaith Center.

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