The South Pasadena Clergy Network is joining a group of South Pasadena community members to support Ukraine.
By News Desk
The Thursday (03/17/22) gathering will include an ecumenical/non-denominational vigil. The vigil for Ukraine falls on St. Patrick’s Day but the committee asks you to take a break from the festivities to join them at the South Pasadena Library-El Centro side.
Andrew Berk, one of the organizers, said:
I hope that people will come out and support Ukrainians and anyone who believes in justice, democracy and peace. It takes a village, and I am a firm believer that if you see something you don’t agree with, act.
On the day we all say “We are Irish,” let us be willing to say, “We are Ukraine!”
Thu. March 17, 2022 6:00 pm South Pasadena Library Park
Marina Khrustaleva contributed to this article.
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