FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Interfaith Community Association along with Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer is inviting the public to participate in a Pause for Reflection and Prayer, on Monday, April 20, at 6 p.m., which the City’s press release called Hope For Framingham.
“It is a time to acknowledge losses and challenges, pray for those who are sick or suffering, give thanks for all the people on front lines, and claim hope for the future. People are invited to shine a light of hope, reflect on
hope, or join in on a virtual interfaith gathering for reflection and prayer, led by community spiritual leaders,” said the City of Framingham in a press release.
The community can participate in any of these three ways:
1. Shine a light of hope:
* If you have a window, put a light in it,
* If you have a porch light turn it on,
* Change your social media profile picture to a candle.
2. Reflect on questions below, personally/with others in your household:
* What is a source of hope in hard times?
* Where have you seen glimmers of hope in the last few weeks?
* What might you do to offer hope to someone else.
3. Join in a virtual interfaith gathering for reflection and prayer, led by community spiritual leaders.
Join with Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/FraminghamInterfaith/.
You also can call in to listen to audio. Dial 1-646-558-8656, when prompted add 93664022546#