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THE LONGEST DAY VIGIL THURSDAY, JUNE 21

12:00 NOON TO 8:30 PM

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 St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, 21 Holyoke in Brewer Maine will be open from 12 N to 8:30 PM for your thoughts, prayers, and reflection. Stay 5 minutes or as long as you wish. 

 Join us and make a difference.  Sign a letter to Congress, get phone numbers to call your representative, gather together to pray, reflect and share your information.

 A quiet vigil service will begin at 7:30 pm in the Church. 

 The Longest Day Vigil is the heart felt idea of Marge Killelly, a member of St. Matthew’s and St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Hallowell.  She is asking churches to open their doors on this Thursday, June 21, so that people can take a few minutes of their day to observe, reflect and pray for the detained, immigrant parents and children who are painfully and traumatically separated and how every day, every minute feels like the longest day of their lives.

 St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church (http://www.stpatsbrewer.org/) at 21 Holyoke in Brewer Maine will be open from 12 N to 9:00 PM for prayer, and reflection.  Church phone: 207 989 3028