The Eastern Montco chapter of the Coalition for Peace Action is sponsoring an

Interfaith Service and Candlelight Vigil for
6:30 PM Wednesday evening, March 19th, to mark the 5th anniversary of the Iraq war.
 
The service, taking place at the Ambler Church of the Brethren, 351 East Butler Av, Ambler, PA 19002, (215) 646-1190 (1 block from Bethlehem Pk)
starts at 6:30 pm with music, poetry and songs, as well as reflections from area clergy.

The Interfaith Service, consisting of words from interfaith clergy, as well as instrumental music, poetry and song from local artists and musicians.

Participants include Mt. Airy poet Susan Windle; Elkins Park jazz pianist Dave Posmontier; Elkins Park alto/soprano sax player and clarinetist Ken Ulansey;
the Rev. Dan Schatz, musician, BuxMont UU church minister,local singers.

Will mourn the loss of lives on all sides of this conflict and encourage those attending to work for peace.

The service will be followed by a silent candlelight vigil lining the street outside the church. Luminaria will be placed along the vigil path. This vigil will be a silent, reverential event, not an occasion for expressions of anger, but a time of reflection on this sad anniversary.

Ambler Church of the Brethren is located at 351 East Butler Ave.,  at the intersection of Butler and Rosemont Avenues, one block from Bethlehem Pike.

Contact Liz West at cfpa08@yahoo.com for more information.