Virtual Interfaith Vigil: June 4, 5pm

The death of George Floyd has again brought to the forefront the ongoing pain caused by injustice in our culture, and the reality that without true justice, real peace is not possible in our nation or communities.

Across the twin city area, people of all faiths stand together to express our desire and commitment to work for peace and justice within our community.

On Thursday night, from 5-6pm, all are invited to join this vigil by the McLean County Interfaith Alliance in a time of prayer and hearing how our diverse faith traditions speak to the need for both peace and justice.

Click here to share in the Interfaith Vigil Livestream