Kids4Peace & East Shore Unitarian Church are partnering to offer an afternoon of interfaith community building to celebrate the winter season! Join us on Sunday, December 3, 11:30 a.m.The day will include crafts, games, a potluck lunch, and a chance to learn about other holidays and celebrations. Contact Amanda Alice with questions and to RSVP.
Kids4Peace (www.k4p.org) is an interfaith youth movement that brings together middle and high school students in the United States, as well as in Israel and Palestine. Our youth are from a large variety of religious traditions (primarily Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Unitarian) and come together to actively pursue social change. Through monthly meetings, overnight retreats, and intensive summer experiences, the program focuses on interfaith education, dialogue & leadership skills, social change projects, and community building. Youth spend time thinking about how we can build peace in our communities, and are actively engaged in projects to reduce homelessness, support immigrants & refugees, promote acceptance of all religions, and eliminate racism. Our mission is dedicated to ending conflict and inspiring hope in divided societies around the world.