The Church of the Good Shepherd invites the entire community to an ecumenical prayer service to honor those who died while serving this country and its allies in the Armed Forces. The Dunedin Highland Middle School Pipe Band performs, and the Color Guard from the Suncoast Sea Cadets presents the flags. The service features a guest speaker and prayers for those who made the ultimate sacrifice, for those in active service, and for veterans, both living and dead. A solemn roll call is read of those on the hearts of the people attending the service. A reception follows.
The Church of the Good Shepherd, Masjid al Salaam, The Taoist Tai Chi Society, Congregation Beth Shalom, First United Methodist Church of Dunedin, First Presbyterian Church of Dunedin and City of Dunedin Parks and Recreation
invite people of faith and all our neighbors to walk, talk, connect and strive for peace among all people in the nation and the world.
Gather at 2PM at First Presbyterian Church, 455 Scotland St., to walk together through Dunedin stopping at several houses of faith for reflections on peace by appointment leaders from Jewish, Muslim, Taoist Tai Chi and Christian perspectives.
For more information, contact the Rev. Becky Robbins-Penniman 727-733-4125 x206 or RevSBRP@gmail.com.
The Church of the Good Shepherd, Masjid al Salaam, The Taoist Tai Chi Society and Congregation Beth Shalom invite people of faith and all our neighbors to walk, talk and connect in community and camaraderie as a sign of our hope that the world might live in Peace.
Gather at 2PM at Hammock Park to walk together through Dunedin stopping at several houses of faith.
For more information, contact the Rev. Becky Robbins-Penniman 727-733-4125