Council of Clergy asks for donations from Ukraine – MyVeronaNJ

The Verona Council of Clergy (B’nai Shalom, Calvary Lutheran, First Presbyterian, Holy Spirit Episcopal, Islamic Center of Verona and Our Lady of the Lake) is hosting an Interfaith Unity Prayer Service for Peace this Sunday, March 27 at 5 p.m. at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 36 Gould Street. Participants are encouraged to bring the following items: unexpired medications (such as Tylenol, ibuprofen, neosporin, aspirin), triage supplies, formula, diapers and feminine products, which will be delivered to the Holy Ascension Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral in Clifton. Additionally, people can buy the following items via Amazon which will be delivered to the Ukrainian Church in Clifton which sends bulk shipments to Ukraine.

Before and after the rally, participants can see the artwork by Elina Rosenblum, resident of Verona. A portion of the proceeds from art sales/commissions, as well as any monetary donations, will go to the local nonprofit.”Hope for Ukrainewhich supports Ukrainian refugees by providing basic necessities to people in various regions of Ukraine.

This service will be made available via Zoom; Click here to follow the link. To receive the password, please send an e-mail [email protected] For additional questions, contact a clergy leader at one of the places of worship listed above.

In response to the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, the Council of the Clergy of Verona encourages the support of the following organizations:

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