The night will include informational tables from participating faith groups, a gallery of children’s artwork, musical performances and a candlelight vigil. More than 15 faith groups have already signed up to participate. The list includes several Christian denominations along with Buddhist, Hindu, Bahai, Sikh, Muslim, Jewish, Unitarian and Native American groups. With their table displays, they’ll answer three questions: what inspires us, what guides us and what unites us?
Music will be provided by a pair of interfaith choirs, one for children and one for adults. They’ll perform at 7 and 8 p.m. Several from our Chancel and Children’s Choirs will be participating. The adult choir will be directed by Rev. Janet Given and accompanied by Dr. Mark Given.
Performances, centered around the event’s “Unity” theme, will be held at 7 and 8 p.m., and are expected to last less than 30 minutes.