SOMA Interfaith Holocaust Service

Sunday, April 15, 2018 - 2:00pm
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For the past 41 years, the towns of South Orange and Maplewood have combined their spiritual, civic, and social strengths to produce this ANNUAL INTERFAITH HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE SERVICE. Join us for this yearly observance, conceived in memory of those murdered, and dedicated to the elimination of religious and racial persecution and the elevation of justice in our lives.

1:00 PM - Sign Making at Kol Rina office (corner of Valley and 1st Streets, above the 7/11 in South Orange)

2:00 PM - March of Remembrance - assemble at Spoitta Park, corner of South Orange Ave. and Village Plaza

3:00 PM - Rembrance Service - Congregation Beth El, 222 Irvington Ave, South Orange (Co-Host:  First Baptist Church of South Orange) - Guest Speaker:  Rober Max, Survivor.  An American soldier who escaped and survived a Nazi slave labor camp in WWII.

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