EVENT: Global Women’s Prayer Circle to be Held in New York for UNCSW March 11

March 4, 2014

Via the Parliament Women’s Task Force/Women of Spirit and Faith:
Join in an evening of prayers from many faith traditions and circle dialogue exploring your commitment to women and girls and your intentions for this 58th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW). All are invited to Remembering the Sacred Heart of Your Activism: An Evening of Prayer, Reflection and Inspiration on March 11.
PLEASE JOIN US IN PRAYER, NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WORLD – MARCH 11:
Even if you cannot be in New York for our prayer event at the UN Commission on the Status of Women on March 11, you can join us in prayer wherever you are. We invite you to light a candle and offer your own prayers on behalf of the women and girls of the world that day. You might even gather in circle with women from your community.
Event details:
Remembering the Sacred Heart of Your Activism: An Evening of Prayer, Reflection and Inspiration
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 | 5:30 – 8:00 pm
The Hospitality Space – Episcopal Church Center
815 2nd Avenue | (between 43rdand 44th)
New York, NY
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL
RSVP required to womenofspiritandfaith@gmail.com
Co-hosted by the Parliament’s Women’s Task Force, Women of Spirit & Faith, Gather the Women Global Matrix, Millionth Circle, We Are Enough and United Religions Initiative, and more! 
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