5th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence to #EndGunViolence
Dec
6
7:30 PM19:30

5th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence to #EndGunViolence

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NATIONAL VIGIL FOR ALL VICTIMS OF GUN VIOLENCE – DEC. 14,  2014

Once again, the Newtown Foundation and the Newtown Action Alliance (with support from Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Everytown Survivor Network, Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, Organizing for Action, States United to Prevent Gun Violence, St Marks Episcopal Church
and Women’s March on Washington) are planning a series of events in Washington D.C. in December leading up to the 5th anniversary of the Sandy Hook tragedy to honor of ALL victims of gun violence and survivors.

We invite gun violence prevention (GVP) advocates who have been moved to #HonorWithAction to register here to join us in Washington D.C. to participate in the beautiful, memorable and important events outlined below.

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: TWO-DAY TRIP TO DC
12/6/2017
WEDNESDAY
6:00 AM Bus departure from Newtown (& others drive, fly, train or bus in to D.C.)
12:00 PM Arrival in D.C. & welcome lunch with introductions-St Marks Episcopal Church (Address: 301 A St SE, Washington, DC 20003 Phone: (202) 543-0053)
1:30 PM Letter delivery & congressional meetings
5:00 PM Dinner-St Marks Episcopal Church (Address: 301 A St SE, Washington, DC 20003 Phone: (202) 543-0053)
7:00 PM National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence at St Marks Church
9:00 PM After-vigil reception at St Marks Church
10:00 PM Bus to hotel: Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill (Only one bus so multiple trips)

12/7/2017
THURSDAY
7:00 AM Breakfast on your own near hotel
7:30 AM Walk or bus to Capitol Building (Need time to get through Capitol security for the press conference)
10:00 AM Press Conference-Capitol Building (All Families bring their photos of their loved ones)
12:00 PM Lunch-St Marks Episcopal Church (SPEAKER OR FILM TBD)
1:00 PM Letter delivery & congressional meetings
2:00 PM Savoy Book Delivery (SMALL GRP TBD)
5:00 PM Bus departure to Newtown (& others drive, fly, train or bus back home)

IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBERS OF GUN VIOLENCE VICTIMS OR SURVIVORS OF GUN VIOLENCE SHOULD NOT COMPLETE THIS FORM. PLEASE USE THE FOLLOWING REGISTRATION FORM INSTEAD. (Form expired http://bit.ly/2017NationalVigilRegistrationFamiliesSurvivors)

REGISTRATION: Please register by November 24th. Registration is required for EACH person attending. If you have others accompanying you, please reload this form when you are finished and complete the form again.

TRANSPORTATION: Advocates from the Newtown area or other areas of Connecticut should travel to D.C. on the complimentary charter bus. Others should make their own travel arrangements. Regrettably, we are not able to provide travel stipends for non-family/survivor advocates traveling from other areas of the nation.

LODGING: We have reserved a block of rooms at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill for December 6th for a negotiated rate. We are able to fund the hotel stay for the Newtown Action Alliance advocates on December 6th for those participating in the two-day events listed in our itinerary. We encourage advocates who belong to other GVP groups to ask their organization to help fund their overnight stay and transportation.

FOOD: Lunch/dinner on Wednesday, December 6th and lunch on December 7th will be provided. Newtown bus travelers: Please bring $ for breakfast on both days and dinner on the way home from D.C. on the 7th. We will stop at a rest area on the way down to D.C. and on the way home to Newtown.

DRESS CODE: Dress code is business casual and please wear comfortable shoes as there will be a fair amount of walking on Capitol Hill.

The 5th annual national vigil service will be held on December 6th from 7:00-9:00PM at St. Marks Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. This national service will anchor the Nationwide Vigils to #EndGunViolence throughout the 50 states.

Click here to reserve your seat at the 5th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence.

Click here to host a local vigil or a remembrance event in your community.

Sincerely,
The Newtown Foundation
Newtown Action Alliance
info@newtownaction.org

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4th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence to #EndGunViolence
Dec
14
7:00 PM19:00

4th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence to #EndGunViolence

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NATIONAL VIGIL FOR ALL VICTIMS OF GUN VIOLENCE – DEC. 14,  2014

RESERVE YOUR SEAT AT THE 4th ANNUAL NATIONAL VIGIL FOR ALL VICTIMS OF GUN VIOLENCE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2016 AT 7PM ST MARKS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, CAPITOL HILL, WASHINGTON D.C.

By December 14, 2016, the 4th anniversary of the tragic Newtown shooting, an estimated 120,000 Americans will have died from guns and another 300,000 more Americans will have been injured by guns. It’s a heartbreaking toll that affects all of our communities.

When the news vehicles depart, the victims, survivors and the families impacted by gun violence are often forgotten. Therefore, the Newtown Foundation together with Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, States United to Prevent Gun Violence, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and Organizing for Action will bring families of victims and survivors of gun violence from Newtown and from around the nation---from urban, rural and suburban communities---to the 4th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence for a service of mourning and loving remembrance at the St Marks Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on December 14th at 7:00pm.

The 4th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence in D.C. will lead the nationwide local vigils and events across the nation to shed a light on the epidemic of gun violence plaguing our communities.

Reserve your seats here.

The Newtown Foundation (Newtown Action Alliance's 501c3) will be joined by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, Organizing for Action and States United to Prevent Gun Violence to sponsor the 4th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Marks Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill.  Please stay tuned for more information in the coming months.

Help shine a light on this tragic toll.

Join the Newtown Foundation and Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence for the National Vigil at St. Marks Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. on December 14th at 7:00pm and hundreds of locations around the nation between December 10-14th as we honor and give voice to all victims and survivors of gun violence across the nation.

Together we can make a difference!

You are cordially invited to attend the 4th Annual National Vigil for All Gun Violence Victims

Join us at one of hundreds of Nationwide Vigils to #EndGunViolence in commemoration of the fourth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy, as well as the 120,000 American victims of gun violence since December 2012.

The vigil will be part of a nationwide tribute in partnership with the Newtown Foundation, St Marks Episcopal Church, Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, States United to Prevent Gun Violence, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Organizing for Action, Everytown Survivor Network and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.

REGISTER HERE TO HOLD A LOCAL VIGIL OR EVENT FOR THE 2016 NATIONAL VIGIL/NATIONWIDE 50-STATE VIGILS/EVENTS:

By December 2016, the 4th anniversary of the Newtown shootings, more than 120,000 Americans nationwide will have died from guns and another 280,000 Americans will have been injured by guns. We must continue to shed a light on the epidemic of gun violence in our nation until these gun deaths and injuries are reduced. The Newtown Foundation (the charitable arm of the Newtown Action Alliance) in partnership with St Marks Episcopal Church, Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, States United to Prevent Gun Violence, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Organizing for Action, Everytown Survivor Network and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America will host the 4th annual national vigil service of mourning and loving remembrance for all who have fallen victim to the ongoing epidemic of gun violence in America on December 14th in Washington D.C at 7:00pm, on the 4th anniversary date of the Sandy Hook tragedy.

The National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence held in Washington D.C. on December 14th will be the anchor event to kickoff the Nationwide 50-State Vigils/Events. We are looking for faith organizations and/or gun violence prevention groups to hold a local vigil or event in each of the 50 states from December 14-18th to continue to raise awareness and to keep this issue front and center. Last year, more than 500 local events were held in 39 states, Washington DC and in Mexico.

Please join our national event and stand with all the families of all victims of gun violence, survivors and advocates to honor all Americans affected by gun violence and to end gun violence.

Please complete this form to host a vigil or an event in your town or city.

To find a local vigil near you, please visit https://www.newtownfoundation.org/nationwide-vigils/

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9
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3rd Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence to #EndGunViolence

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NATIONAL VIGIL FOR ALL VICTIMS OF GUN VIOLENCE – DEC. 9,  2015

By the 3rd anniversary of the Sandy Hook shootings, an estimated 90,000 more Americans will have died from gun violence.

Help shine a light on this tragic toll.

Join the Newtown Foundation and Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence for the National Vigil at St. Marks Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. on December 9th at 7:00pm and hundreds of locations around the nation between December 10-14th as we honor and give voice to all victims and survivors of gun violence across the nation.

Together we can make a difference!

You are cordially invited to attend the 3rd Annual National Vigil for All Gun Violence Victims

What:  By December 2015, the 2nd anniversary of the Newtown shootings, more than 90,000 Americans nationwide will have died from gunshot wounds. We must continue to shine a light on the epidemic of gun violence in our nation until these gun deaths are reduced. The Newtown Foundation in partnership with the Saint Mark's Episcopal Church will host a 3rd annual national vigil service of mourning and loving remembrance for all who have fallen victim to the ongoing epidemic of gun violence in America on December 11th in Washington D.C. -near the 3rd anniversary date of the Sandy Hook tragedy.  Please join families of victims of gun violence and special guests in honoring all Americans affected by gun violence.

When:  December 9, 2015 from 7:00PM

Where:  Saint Mark's Episcopal Church, Washington, DC 20016

Can't Join us in DC?

THE NEWTOWN FOUNDATION GUIDE TO HOLDING A LOCAL VIGIL

Holding a vigil is a powerful way to make a statement and educate your community. A vigil can help focus on the growing tragedy of gun violence in America. 30,000 people per year fall victim to gun violence in this country. One of the ways that you can participate in bringing this issue to people’s attention is to hold a vigil in your community. 

Local vigils planned are below:

StateCityWe are interested in:Name of OrganizationPosition/Title in the OrganizationLast NameFirst Name

ALBirminghamSpecial Sermon/ HomilyTemple Beth-ElUnited Synagogue of Conservative JudaismRabbiRandallKonigsburg

ALMontgomeryVisual Event or VigilMetropolitan UMCUnited Methodist ChurchOutreach/Wit/EvangelismMarshaClayton

ARFayettevilleMayor to issue a proclamation that 12 Dec 2015 is "Remembering All Victims of Gun Violence Day"Arkansans Against Guns On CampusBossSteve

AZTucsonVisual Event or VigilSt Matthew EpiscopalThe Episcopal ChurchService Commission ChairLawrenceWaggoner

AZFlagstaffCity Hall-Flagstaff,AZ 211 W. Aspen Candlelight Vigil, Prayers and Songs Against Violence, Moment of Silence Dec. 11,2015 from 5:00- 6:30Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation: InterFaith Movement to Prevent Gun ViolenceMember Unitarian Universalist congregation(lay organizer)StrobelSue

AZTempePrayer/ Song Against ViolenceMIssion del sol PresbyterianPresbyterian Church USAChairperson, Social Justice and Peacemaking CommissionPamelaBosch

AZSun CityPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceFaith Presbyterian ChurchPresbyterian Church USAHead of StaffSusanMoorefield

AZTucsonPerform Acts of KindnessTrinity PresbyterianPresbyterian Church USAretiredDerryDean

AZTucsonHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Distributing educational material on gun violence preventionSt John on the Desert Presbyterian ChurchpastorLesleyAbrams

AZTucsonEducational Activity/ DiscussionEpiscopal Church of St. MatthewThe Episcopal ChurchFatherRickWilson

AzTucsonInfo. I am brand new to this positionMoms Demand ActionTucson Chapter Team LeaderGeeVicki

AZTucsonSpecial Sermon/ HomilySt. Mark's Presbyterian ChurchPresbyterian Church USAPastorBartSmith

AZPhoenixVigil Dec 13Arizonans for Gun SafetyVolunteer OutreachPetersKaren

BeijingBeijingHolding a vigil in our state on December 11thRennin University of ChinaUndergraduateZhiWeinan

CAEncinitasVisual Event or VigilUnitarian Universal Fellowship of San DieguitoUnitarian Universalist AssociationGun Violence Prevention ChairStephenBartram

CASolana BeachSpecial Sermon/ HomilyUnitarian Universalist Fellowship of San DieguitoUnitarian Universalist AssociationReverendMeghanCefalu

CASacramentoSpecial Sermon/ HomilySt. Mark's United Methodist ChurchUnited Methodist ChurchRev.AlanJones

CAWoodland HillsSpecial Sermon/ HomilyWoodland Hills Community ChurchUnited Church of ChristPastorCraigPeterson

CAClaremontOtherClaremont School of TheologyUnited Methodist ChurchAssociate DeanLeaAppleton

CATurlockSpecial Sermon/ HomilyFirst Congregational ChurchUnited Church of ChristPastorJamesRoss

CALos AngelesHolding a vigil in our state on December 9thTemple Isaiah Gun Legislation Advocacy CommitteeChairSloaneKaren

CASan FranciscoSpecial Sermon/ HomilySt. James Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchThe Rev.JohnKirkley

CAOaklandVisual Event or VigilLakeshore Avenue Baptist ChurchAlliance of BaptistsPastorJamesHopkins

CAStockton3700 Pacific Avenue, Stockton, California Vigil, Candlelight Vigil, March, Moment of Silence, participants to bring photo, poster, or memento to place on table, say name(s) of loved one lost or affected by gun violence Monday, December 15, 2015 5:30 PMCleveland School RemembersMemberDollPatti

CASolana BeachOur vigil is 13th, would apprecite a tool kit or materials. Thank you!Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San DieguitoDirector of ConnectionsMcCordAdrienne

CADiamond BarVisual Event or VigilDiamond Bar Uniited Church of ChristUnited Church of ChristRev. Dr. / PastorJeanneFavreau-Sorvillo

CAPasadenaWe are holding a vigil on Sunday, Dec. 13, 6:30 PM, on the lawn at All Saints Church, 132 N. Eucliid, Pasadena, CAAll Saints ChurchC0-chair Gun Violence Prevention Task ForceClassickVirginia

CALos AngelesHolding a vigil in our state on December 11th, We will hold Light LA on December 11Women Against Gun ViolenceExecutive DirectorBennettMargot

CASan DiegoPrayer/ Song Against Violence7th Church of Christ ScientistOTHERMemberCathrynRathsam

CADavisSpecial Sermon/ HomilyDavis Community ChurchPresbyterian Church USASenior Pastor/Head of StaffChrisNeufeld-Erdman

CANovatoHolding a vigil on Dec. 9thPeaceNovatoCo-founderSchaeferMaija

CAIrvineOtherSt. Andrew's, IrvineThe Episcopal ChurchVIcarPeterBrowning

CAFremontOtherSt. Joseph Catholic ChurchRoman CatholicNone/MemberToniShellen

CAFRESNOHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaignFRESNO OFA -GUN VIOLENCELEADMARTINEZROSE ANN

CAPALM DESERTPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSt. Margaret's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchVestry MemberMeredithHardy

COLittletonEducational Activity/ DiscussionBeloved CommunityMennonite Central CommitteePastorVernRempel

COColorado SpringsSpecial Sermon/ HomilyAll Souls UU ChurchUnitarian Universalist AssociationRev. Dr.NoriRost

COColorado SpringsHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, service theme on Dec. 13All Souls UU ChurchMinisterRostNori

CODenverSpecial Sermon/ HomilyFirst Universalist Church of DenverUnitarian Universalist AssociationGun Violence Prevention Task Force memberGeneDrumm

CODenverOtherMessiah CommunityEvangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaCFCU RepresentativePattyCordova

COColorado SpringsVisual Event or VigilFirst Congregational Church of Colorado SpringsUnited Church of ChristChair, Justice and Peace MinistryJerryWhite

CODillonVisual Event or VigilLord of the Mountains ELCA ChurchEvangelical Lutheran Church in Americalay personDianeLuellen

COBoulderEducational Activity/ DiscussionCongregation Bonai ShalomUnited Synagogue of Conservative JudaismRabbiMarcSoloway

CODenverPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceOur Savior's LutheranEvangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaPastorRev. TinaYankee

CODenverSpecial Sermon/ HomilyTemple EmanuelUnion for Reform JudaismRabbiBrianImmerman

CODenverEducational Activity/ DiscussionTemple MicahUnion for Reform JudaismRabbiAdamMorris

CODENVERVisual Event or VigilPark Hill Unites Methodist ChurchUnited Methodist ChurchLay LeaderJacquiShumway

CODENVERSpecial Sermon/ HomilyFirst Plymouth Congregational ChurchUnited Church of ChristJanMcCoy

CTHartfordPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSt. Monica's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchPriest-in-ChargeTracyJohnson Russell

CTStorrs MansfieldPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceStorrs Congregational Church UCCUnited Church of ChristRev.MatthewEmery

CTStamfordSpecial Sermon/ HomilyTemple Beth EkOTHERRabbiJoshuaHammerman

CTWest HartfordOtherAsylum Hill Congregational ChurchUnited Church of ChristAnnColloton

CTStamfordOn the steps of the old Town Hall in Downtown Stamford, 175 Atlantic Street, Stamford, CT Vigil, Candlelight Vigil, Distribution of Educational Material to #EndGunViolence, Moment of Silence Thursday, December 10, 2015 5:30 PM - 7 PMThe ENOUGH Campaign & Greenwich Council Against Gun Violence & Brady Chapter Southwestern CTCo-LeaderTarantinoShira

CTDanburyEducational Activity/ DiscussionUnitarian Universalist Congregation of DanburyUnitarian Universalist AssociationYvonneRuddy-Stein

CtSalisburyJunction of Routes 41 and 44, Salisbury, Ct. Candlelight Vigil, Prayers and Songs Against Violence, Tolling Bells, Moment of Silence Saturday, December 12, 2015 5:30-6:30 pmNorthwest Corner Committee for Gun Violence PreventionOrganizerdeBoerSophia

CTGlastonburyPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSt. James Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchRectorDeniseCabana

CTNew HavenReading Names of VictimsEpiscopal Church of St. Paul & St. JamesThe Episcopal ChurchThe Rev.AlexDyer

CTOld LymeReading Names of VictimsSt. Ann's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchThe Rev'dPageRogers

CTGuilfordPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceChrist Church, GuilfordThe Episcopal ChurchRectorR. HarrisonWest

CTNewtownVisual Event or VigilTrinity, NewtownThe Episcopal ChurchKathieAdams-Shepherd

CTENFIELDPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceFelician Sisters of North AmericaFranciscan Action NetworkJPIC CoordinatorMaryannMueller

CTSOUTHPORTSpecial Sermon/ HomilyTrinity ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchThe Rev./RectorMargaretHodgkins

CT NY RI NJ PA IL OK NCNorwalkOtherSisters of the Congregation of Notre DameOTHERCoordinator of Peace and justice for the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre DameRose MarySullivan

DCWashingtonPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceTemple MicahUnion for Reform JudaismvolunteerVirginiaSpatz

DCWashingtonSpecial Sermon/ HomilyIslamic Society of North AmericaIslamic Society of North AmericaProgram CoordinatorNadiaHassan

DCWashingtonPrayer/ Song Against Violence15th Street Presbyterian ChurchPresbyterian Church USAElderTressieMuldrow

DCWashingtonSpecial Sermon/ HomilyNational City Christian ChurchDisciples of ChristSenior PastorStephenGentle

DCWashingtonSpecial Sermon/ HomilyCommunity of Sant'EgidioRoman CatholicAthenaFulay

DCWashingtonReading Names of VictimsRiverside Baptist ChurchAlliance of BaptistsDeaconTerrynNelson

DCWASHINGTON DCPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceCalvary Baptist ChurchAmerican Baptist Churches of the SouthManagerJacWhatley

DENewarkPerform Acts of KindnessNew Ark United Church of ChristUnited Church of ChristReverend/PastorCynthiaRobinson

FLTampatool kitNew Black Panther PartyChairmanJonesClarence

FLPalm HarborOtherCongregation Beth ShalomUnited Synagogue of Conservative JudaismChair of Social ActionEllenSiegman

FLLakelandVisual Event or VigilSaint David's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchRectorRobertMoses

FLMiamiPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceMiami Shores Community ChurchUnited Church of ChristDeaconMarilynCoronado

GASavannahPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceAsbury Memorial United Methodist ChurchUnited Methodist ChurchSenior MinisterBillyHester

GAAtlantaPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceAhavath Achim SynagogueUnited Synagogue of Conservative JudaismRabbiNeilSandler

IADubuquePrayer/ Song Against ViolenceMount St. Francis CenterRoman CatholicSisterDorothySchwendinger

IAClintonVisual Event or VigilSisters of St. FrancisFranciscan Action NetworkLauraAnderson

IACedar RapidsA memorial event on December 12thIowans for Gun SafetyExecutive DirectorBrighamJeremy

IADavenportSpecial Sermon/ HomilyEdwards Congregational United Church of ChristUnited Church of ChristSenior PastorChristineIsham

ILChicagoSpecial Sermon/ HomilyChurch of Scientology of ChicagoOTHERSophieGem

ILChicagoSpecial Sermon/ HomilyKAM Isaiah Israel CongregationUnion for Reform JudaismExecutive DirectorJosephSlade

ILCHICAGO77 WEST WASHINGTON BLVD., CHICAGO, ILLINIOS Vigil, Candlelight Vigil, Memorial Service, Prayer Service, Prayers and Songs Against Violence, Acts of Kindness, Pledge to #DoSomething to #EndGunViolence campaign, Proclamation to #EndGunViolence, Moment of Silence, READING OF NAMES FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2015 6:30 PM CSTCHICAGO'S CITIZENS FOR CHANGEFOUNDER/BOARD PRES.JOYMCCORMACK

ILSpringfieldPrayer service with nunsHSOSFCoordinator of Justice and PeaceShawMary

ILRed BudPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceAdorers of the Blood of ChristRoman CatholicSisterFrancesNewton

ILChicagoSpecial Sermon/ HomilyMaple Park United Methodist ChurchUnited Methodist ChurchSenior PastorRobertBiekman

ILMarkhamHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith serviceRadical End time Ministries Intl.EvangelistRobinsonShundra

ILChicagoAdding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violenceAll Saints Episcopal ChurchCongregantPikeStephen

ILDes PlainesPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSt. Martin's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchThe Very Reverend/RectorM.E.Eccles

ILArlington HeightsHolding a candlelight vigil, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaignNorthwest Suburbs Organizing for Action (NWSOFA)Gun Violence Prevention Co-LeadRisbergCathy

ILSPRINGFIELDOtherH.S.O.S.F.Catholic Health Association of the United StatesJustice and Peace CoordinatorMaryShaw

ILJOLIETVisual Event or VigilJoliet FranciscansRoman CatholicSr. PeggyQuinn

ILOtherSisters of the Congregation of Notre DameOTHERCoordinator of Peace and justice for the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre DameRose MarySullivan

ILChicagoHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaignPaving the way ProjectdirectorDavisAntonio

IllinoisOak ParkHosting a vigil on Dec 8 at 6:15PMAscension Catholic ParishparishionerWoznicaCeline

INBeech GroveSpecial Sermon/ HomilyFirst Christian Church of Beech GroveDisciples of ChristReverendPaulHartig

INIndianapolisHolding a vigil in our state on December 11thHCGV.ORGPresidentSmithEdmund

INNotre DamePrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSisters of the Holy CrossRoman CatholicDirector of LiturgyCarrieBowie

INIndianapolisVisual Event or VigilMoms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America Indiana Chapter/Christ Church CathedralThe Episcopal ChurchFaith Outreach LeadMelanieSokhey

INSouth BendOtherPrince of Peace Church of the BrethrenChurch of the BrethrenChurch Board ChairJanBrown

INIndianapolisMonument Circle (Meridian St.) Indianapolis IN Vigil, Prayer Service, Tolling Bells, Pledge to #DoSomething to #EndGunViolence campaign, March Saturday December 12, 2015 3:00 PMMoms Demand Action IN ChapterFaith Outreach Lead Moms Demand Action IN ChapterMelanie Sokhey,Sokhey

INSOUTH BENDEducational Activity/ DiscussionCommunity for Peace and NonviolenceOTHERProgram CoordinatorSharonKniss

INOLDENBURGPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSisters of St. Francis, Oldenburg, INRoman CatholicJustice & Peace DirectorMargeWissman

KSGoesselOtherTabor Mennonite ChurchMennonite Central CommitteelaypersonLeannToews

KSWichitaPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceAdorers Mission CenterLeadership Conference of Women ReligiousJPIC ContactSistersAdorers

KSKANSAS CITYEducational Activity/ DiscussionSt. Paul A.M.E. Zion ChurchAfrican Methodist Episcopal Zion ChurchConference OfficerJoanneCollins

KYLouisvilleSpecial Sermon/ HomilyPlymouth Congregational UCCUnited Church of ChristReverandGregWright

KYLouisvilleOtherPresbyterian Peacemaking ProgramPresbyterian Church USAReverend/CoordinatorCarlHorton

KYLouisvillePrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSt. Albert the Great Catholic ChurchRoman CatholicPastoral AssociateLauraGraven

LANew OrleansOtherCongregation of the Mission,USARoman Catholiccatholic priestLouisArceneaux

MASpringfieldSpecial Sermon/ HomilyGardner Memorial A.M.E. Zion ChurchOTHERPastorSamuelSaylor

MABostonVisual Event or VigilFirst Church in BostonUnitarian Universalist AssociationChairperson, Campaign Against Gun ViolenceEllieMiller

MAWilliamstownPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSt. John's Church, WilliamstownThe Episcopal ChurchThe Rev/RectorPeterElvin

MABostonSpecial Sermon/ HomilySt. Stephen's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchPriest AssociateLizSteinhauser

MABostonEducational Activity/ DiscussionSt Stephen's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchVicarTimCrellin

MAFalmouthwe haved booked our vigil for Monday, 12/14, Falmouth, Peg Noonan Park, Main Street, 6:00PMGrandmothers against Gun Viloence.orgMental Health Literacy ChairGlueckKathleen

MABostonHolding a candlelight vigilBU Against Gun ViolenceFounderFuoriLindsay

MABrooklineEducational Activity/ DiscussionSt. Paul's Episcopal Church, BrooklineThe Episcopal ChurchRectorJeffreyMello

MACambridgePrayer/ Song Against ViolenceEpiscopal Divinity SchoolThe Episcopal ChurchDirector of Liturgy, Music, and the ArtsEllenOak

MABrooklineEducational Activity/ DiscussionSt Paul's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchCommittee member Faith and JusticeKateKelley

MAMARLBOROUGHPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSisters of Saint AnneOTHERSocial Concerns ChairCarolProietti

MDRockvilleOtherSaint Mark Presbyterian ChurchPresbyterian Church USAPastorRoyHoward

MDAugustaPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceLeadership Conference of Women ReligiousLeadership Conference of Women ReligiousSisterAnnScholz

MDBaltimoreOtherGrace - St. John's United Methodist Cooperative Parish, Baltimore CityedLeadership Conference of Women ReligiousRev.NancyWebb

MDDamascusPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceCongregation Or ChadashUnion for Reform JudaismRabbiAlisonKobey

MDBethesdaPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceBradley Hills Presbyterian ChurchPresbyterian Church USAElderCarolStarr

MDBethesdaPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceAdat Shalom Reconstructionist CongregationJewish Reconstructionist MovementRabbiFredScherlinder Dobb

MDFrederickPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceCentennial Memorial United Methodist ChurchUnited Methodist ChurchPastorHelenSmith

MDMontgomery VillagePrayer/ Song Against ViolenceChrist the Servant Lutheran ChurchEvangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaPastorKariParsons

MDLusbyPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceMiddleham and St.Peter's ParishThe Episcopal ChurchChrisitan FormationDianeDavies

MEGardinerHolding an Evening Prayer Service on December 12 focusing on gun violenceChrist Church EpiscopalVestry memberWashburneDorothy

MEPortlandHolding a vigil in our state on December 9th at the Cathedral Church of Saint Luke at 7pmSaint Luke's Cathedral Church, Maine Council of ChurchesVolunteerAtkinsonPaula

MEBangorHarlow Street, Bangor ME Candlelight Vigil, Prayer Service Monday, December 14, 2015 5:15 PM ESTNorthern Maine Chapter of Maine Gun Safety CoalitionCoordinatorRoyalMary

MEBrunswickCorner of Pleasant and Middle Streets, Brunswick, ME Vigil, Candlelight Vigil, Memorial Service, Prayer Service, Prayers and Songs Against Violence, Tolling Bells, Pledge to #DoSomething to #EndGunViolence campaign, Educational Activity and/or Discussion, Distribution of Educational Material to #EndGunViolence, Moment of Silence Saturday, December 12, 2015 2:00 PM ESTUnitarian Universalist Church of BrunswickCo-chair Working for JusticeEllisLynn

MEGardinerHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violenceChrist Church EpiscopalVestry memberWashburneDorothy

MEDEER ISLEPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSt Brendan the Navigator Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchPriest-in-ChargeVirginiaPeacock

MEBathVisual Event or VigilFriends School of PortlandReligious Society of FriendsLeslieManning

MEPORTLANDVisual Event or VigilSt. Luke's CathedralThe Episcopal ChurchCanonHeidiShott

MIAnn ArborSpecial Sermon/ HomilyBethlehem UCCUnited Church of ChristSr PastorJohnKennedy

MIPort HuronHolding a vigil in our state on December 11th, Vigil will be Dec 10 at Raven Cafe in Port HuronEpiscopal Peace FellowshipmemberLotzRobert

MIGrand RapidsPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceDominican Sisters ~ Grand RapidsRoman CatholicSisterMary BrigidClingman OP

MIEast LansingHolding a candlelight vigil, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaignMichigan Coalition to Prevent Gun ViolenceMI Coalition to Prevent Gun ViolenceBrundageLinda

MIMonroeOtherIHM Motherhouse- CatholicCatholics In Alliance for the Common GoodSisterMonicaStuhlreyer

MIKALAMAZOOVisual Event or VigilKalamazoo Coalition for Common GroundPresbyterian Church USARev.SaraDorrien-Christians

MNDuluthWe will have a bell ringing on Dec. 14thNorthland Brady/Protect Minnesota ChapterCo-PresidentPetersonJoan

MN285 No. Dale St. St. Paul, MNHolding a vigil service on Dec. 9Lutheran Church of the RedeemerMinisterRolfeOlson

MNSaint PaulSpecial Sermon/ HomilySt MarysThe Episcopal ChurchDeaconMargyMattlin

MNDuluthPrayer/ Song Against ViolencePilgrim Congregational Church UCCUnited Church of ChristPastorJenniferAmy-Dressler

MOSaint LouisPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceCompton Heights Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)Disciples of ChristRev. Dr.JacquelynFoster

MOKansas CitySpecial Sermon/ HomilyCentral Presbyterian ChurchPresbyterian Church USAReverendHeidiPeterson

MOSt. LouisWe are holding a vigil in St. Louis on Sunday Dec. 13 at 3 p.m.Women's Voices Raised for Social JusticeChair, Campaign for Common-Sense Gun SolutionsFinchBarbara

MOKansas CityOtherPlatte Woods United Methodist ChurchUnited Methodist ChurchJustice Peace Environment Missions LeaderJanetArcher

MOBridgetonPerform Acts of KindnessThe Sarab CommuniityRoman CatholicCatholic SisterEvelynPeterman

MXMexicoSpecial Sermon/ HomilyParroquia de la Sagrada FamiliaThe Episcopal ChurchRev.ArturoCarrasco-Gómez

NCWilmingtoncommunity candlelight prayer vigil on 14 December at 6:00pm at Bailey Park 12 N. Front St. in downtown WilmingtonDec 14th Vigil sponsor list as of 11/30/15: Church of the Servant St. James Episcopal St. Mark’s Episcopal Winter Park Presbyterian Temple of Israel Church of the Good Shepherd Warner Temple AME Zion Church St. Paul's Episcopal Tauheed Islamic Center Holy Cross Episcopal New Covenant Holiness Church Moms-N-Mourning St. Philip’s Southport God's Comprehensive Outreach Coalition Grace Church Whiteville St. Luke AME Zion Church St. Stephen AME Church Price Cathedral AME Zion Church Chestnut Street Presbyterian Church Hope Baptist Church Prayer and Bible Church of God St. Jude MCCWilmington Faiths Against Gun Violencesocial justice coordinatorDonaldArabian

NCRaleighOtherNorth Carolina Council of ChurchesOTHERThe Rev. Dr./Ex. Dir.JenniferCopeland

NCDurham1933 West Cornwallis Road Durham, NC 27705 Candlelight Vigil December 10th 7:00pmNorth Carolinians Against Gun ViolenceExecutive DirectorCeartasBecky

NCLelandHolding a vigil in our state on December 11thConcerned citizevN/aCoyleJohn

NCOtherSisters of the Congregation of Notre DameOTHERCoordinator of Peace and justice for the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre DameRose MarySullivan

NELincolnHolding a vigil in our stateInterchurch Ministries of NebraskaPresidentMooreKenneth

NEHastingsHolding a vigil in our state on December 11thselfCEO!SandeenJudith

NELincolnHolding a vigil on another dateInterchurch Ministries of NEPresidentMooreKenneth

NELincolnHolding a vigil in our state on December 11thNebraskans Against Gun ViolencePresidentGaileyAmanda

NEOmahaSpecial Sermon/ HomilyEpiscopal Church of the ResurrectionThe Episcopal ChurchRev./RectorJasonEmerson

NHHanoverEducational Activity/ DiscussionHanover Friends MeetingReligious Society of FriendsKathleenShepherd

NJMorristownVisual Event or VigilChurch of the RedeemerThe Episcopal ChurchAssociate for Youth and FamiliesDaveJones

NJPenningtonHolding a vigil in our state on December 11thMethodist ChurchMissions ChairBoothJoanne

NJRidgewoodEducational Activity/ DiscussionTemple Israel & JCCUnited Synagogue of Conservative JudaismRabbiDavidFine

NJWestwood156 Forest Ave., Paramus, NJ Candlelight Vigil, Memorial Service Monday, December 14, 2015 7:30 PM ESTBergen County Coalition to Prevent Gun ViolenceChairpersonGrossEd

NJFlorham ParkPrayer/ Song Against Violencesaint PatrickRoman CatholicDominican Sistersmargaretfoster

NJHewittSpecial Sermon/ HomilyGreenwood Baptist ChurchOTHERPastorRussellEdwards

NJLincroftPerform Acts of KindnessMonmouth Center for World Religions and Ethical ThoughtOTHERBoard MemberJosephDonahue

NJMarlboroSpecial Sermon/ HomilyMarlboro Jewish CenterUnited Synagogue of Conservative JudaismRabbiMichaelPont

NJWAYNEShomrei TorahRabbiRandallMark

NJOtherSisters of the Congregation of Notre DameOTHERCoordinator of Peace and justice for the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre DameRose MarySullivan

NMLas CrucesPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceLas Cruces Community of ChristCommunity of ChristCo-PastorGaryGrammer

NYnew yorkHolding a vigil in our state on December 11th, This is a private personal organization, I just gave it a name and leader to fill in the form.Stop Guns NowLeaderscallonken

NYNew York CitySpecial Sermon/ HomilyMetropolitan Community Church of New YorkOTHERRev. Elder/Pastor of MCCNY and ED of Global Justice InstituteRev. Elder PatBumgardner

NYNew York CityEducational Activity/ DiscussionThe Church of the VillageUnited Methodist ChurchPastorJeffWells

NYNew YorkHolding a candlelight vigil, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Thursday Dec.10Organizing For Action - NYNew York GVP State LeadAtiyaMonica

NYSayvilleSpecial Sermon/ HomilySayville Congregational United Church of ChristUnited Church of ChristRev.GaryBrinn

NYNorth SalemAsking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaignThe Campaign to Keep Guns off CampusExecutive DirectorPelosiAndy

NYNew York CityEducational Activity/ DiscussionHouse of JusticeOTHERsocial media public relationsDeniseFicklin Fitzgerald

NYScarsdaleHolding a vigil in our state on December 11th, vigil: Sun. 12/13; forum: Wed., 12/2Scarsdale Congregational ChurchCo-Chair, Outreach CommitteeColellaPatricia

NYAlleganyPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceFranciscan Sisters of AlleganyFranciscan Action NetworkCongregational MinisterMargaretKimmins

NYChappaquaVisual Event or VigilFirst Congregational Church in ChappaquaUnited Church of ChristRev. Dr.Martha R.Jacobs

NYWhite PlainsSpecial Sermon/ HomilyChatterton Hill Church UCCUnited Church of ChristReverend DrBonnieMiller

NYGarrisonPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceFranciscan Sisters of the AtonementRoman CatholicSisterMargaretSikora

NYCOOPERSTOWNPrayer/ Song Against Violence1st Presbyterian Church of CooperstownPresbyterian Church USAPastorelsierhodes

NYBLAUVELTPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceDominican Sisters in Committed CollaborationRoman CatholicSisterDidiMadden

NYOtherSisters of the Congregation of Notre DameOTHERCoordinator of Peace and justice for the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre DameRose MarySullivan

OHCincinnatiOtherMt Calvary ECOGICOTHERMissionaryGailJoiner

OHDaytonPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceHarmony Creek ChurchUnited Church of ChristRev. Dr.MichaelCastle

OHColumbusPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceDominican Sisters of PeaceDominican SistersSisterJudyMorris

OHCincinnatiSpecial Sermon/ HomilySt. Anthony ChurchRoman CatholicPastoral AssociateMary AnneBressler

OHClevelandEducational Activity/ DiscussionSt. Paul's Community Church and OutreachUnited Church of ChristRev.DouglasHorner

OHCincinnatiVisual Event or VigilClifton United Methodist ChurchUnited Methodist ChurchMinisterDavidMeredith

OHRocky RiverPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSisters of the Humility of MaryRoman CatholicLeadership TeamMary PatCook

OHRICHFIELDPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceRegina Health CenterRoman CatholicLeadership TeamSister MarianDurkin

OHCHARDONVisual Event or VigilSisters of Notre Dame, Chardon, OHRoman CatholicDirector, Justice, Peace and Intregrity of CreationSr. KathleenRyan

OHDaytonVigil Scheduled for Dec 12Organizing For ActionOhio State LeadClarkMartha

OKOtherSisters of the Congregation of Notre DameOTHERCoordinator of Peace and justice for the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre DameRose MarySullivan

ORBendPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceFirst Church of Christ, Sientist, BendOTHERBoard ChairJimClark

ORPortlandEducational Activity/ DiscussionUniversity Park UMCUnited Methodist ChurchReverendJuliaNielsen

OREugeneHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaignFirst United Methodist ChurchAssociate PastorBriddellAdam

ORCanbySpecial Sermon/ HomilySmyrna United Church of ChristUnited Church of ChristRev. Dr./PastorDeborahPatterson

PAHatboroHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Participate in a social media campaignAbington Friends (Quakers)Peace/Social Concerns CommitteeTormollenRochelle

PATunkhannockAdding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Participate in a social media campaignSt. Peter's Episcopal ChurchRectorDivisLou

PATunkhannockSpecial Sermon/ HomilySt Peter's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchRectorRev. LouDivis

PAHollidaysburgPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceFranciscan Friars, TorRoman CatholicLocal MinisterFr. CarlVacek

PAGettysburg147 Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg, PA Vigil, Candlelight Vigil, Prayers and Songs Against Violence, Educational Activity and/or Discussion, Moment of Silence, Invitation to further activities to prevent gun violence Thursday, December 10th, 2015 7:30 PM ESTInterfaith Center for Peace and JusticememberYoungJudy

PAAstonVisual Event or VigilSisters of St. Francis of PhiladelphiaLeadership Conference of Women ReligiousAdvocacy Committee for Peace and JusticeSister Miriam EileenMurray

PAChesterOtherAnna's Place, a Franciscan Hospitality CenterChester, PASister of St. Francis of PhiadelphiaJeanRupertus

PAWest ChesterEducational Activity/ DiscussionUnitarian Congregation of West ChesterUnitarian Universalist AssociationMemberTomBuglio

PAPhiladelphiaHolding a candlelight vigilCeaseFirePAExecutive DirectorGoodmanShira

PAOtherSisters of the Congregation of Notre DameOTHERCoordinator of Peace and justice for the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre DameRose MarySullivan

RICranstonVisual Event or VigilReligious Coalition for a Violence-Free RIOTHERReverendEugeneDyszlewski

RIProvidenceHolding a vigil December 10Religious Coalition for a Violence-Free Rhode IslandChairpersonDyszlewskiEugene

RIBarringtonSpecial Sermon/ HomilynondenominationalAfrican Methodist Episcopal Churchjuliajones

RIOtherSisters of the Congregation of Notre DameOTHERCoordinator of Peace and justice for the Sisters of the Congregation of Notre DameRose MarySullivan

SDSioux FallsHolding a candlelight vigil, Participate in a social media campaignSouth Dakota Peace and Justice CenterExec directorMclaughlinKristi

SDMitchellReading Names of VictimsANEW United Church of ChristUnited Church of ChristPastorkristimclaughlim

TNPleasant HillEducational Activity/ DiscussionPleasant Hill Community Church/UCCUnited Church of ChristLeaderDonaldClark

TNLoudonHolding a vigil in our state on December 11th, Holding a vigil in our state and also sending a family member of victim of gun violence to the National Vigil for All Gun Victims at the National CathedralMoms demand action - TNVolunteerDupontPeggy

TXAustinHolding a candlelight vigil, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaignTexas Gun SenseExecutive DirectorBrauerAndrea

TXDallasHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith serviceJoy Tabenacle AME ChurchLay PastorrisherRev. Sharon

VAOaktonInterfaith Memorial Service on Monday Dec. 14 at 7:30PM. This will be at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax in Oakton VA, with clergy from various faith communities, VA state delegate, Kathleen Murphy & Rev. Rob Schenk (of Armor of Light).UU Congregation of FairfaxProject LeaderHatfieldRobert

VAChesterfieldPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceFirst Congregational Christian United Church of Christ, ChesterfieldUnited Church of ChristPastorHarveyJoyner

VARocky MountHolding a candlelight vigil, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violenceVirginians for Equality and Sensible LawsDirectorSeayEddie

VAMcLeanDistributing educational material on gun violence preventionconcerned citizens against gun violencememberHeatleyCecile

VARestonAdding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaign, We rally on the 14th of every month at NRA Headquarters on Waples Mill Road in Fairfax VAReston Herndon Alliance to End Gun ViolenceMemberNortonJoAnne

VAArlingtonPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceNova Catholic CommunityRoman CatholicCo-chair, Peace CommitteeArcherHeinzen

VAHarrisonburgOtherTrinity Presbyterian ChurchPresbyterian Church USAelderSusanPhend

VACharlottesvilleReading Names of VictimsSt Paul's, Ivy Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchRev.AllisonLiles

VIPerform Acts of KindnessNazareth By The Sea Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchSenior WardenCorinneVan Rensselaer

VTBurlingtonSpecial Sermon/ HomilyOhavi Zedek SynagogueUnited Synagogue of Conservative JudaismSenior RabbiJoshuaChasan

VTBurlingtonOtherSisters of Mercy, Northeast CommunitySisters of Mercy of the AmericasVermont Rep., Northeast Justice Council Sisters of MercyJeanMarkey-Duncan

VTSouth BurlingtonOtherAscension Lutheran ChurchEvangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaMarciaGustafson

VTColchesterPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceSt. Andrew's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchRectorRev. LisetteBaxter

VTBurlingtonOtherFirst Unitarian Universalist Society of BurlingtonUnitarian Universalist AssociationMember, Justice and Outreach MinistryJudsonLawrie

VTBurlingtonSpecial Sermon/ HomilyChrist Church, PresbyterianPresbyterian Church USASession memberDavidBoedy

VTSouth WoodstockHolding a Vigil on December 9thGunSense VermontBoard MemberReganPaul

VTSouth BurlingtonVisual Event or VigilAll Saints Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchRectorDavidHamilton

VTJerichoVisual Event or VigilGood Shepherd Lutheran ChurchEvangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaMemberAnnMallett

WASeattlePrayer/ Song Against ViolenceUniversity Congregational United Church of Christ, SeattleUnited Church of ChristPastorAmyRoon

WASeattleHolding a candlelight vigil, Adding a remembrance or a moment of silence during a planned faith service, Distributing educational material on gun violence prevention, Asking supporters to sign a pledge card to take action to end gun violence, Participate in a social media campaign, Any way we can help!Washington Alliance for Gun ResponsibilityOutreach DirectorParzybokEmily

WANewportHolding a vigil on December 5thSravasti Abbey (Buddhist)Event OrganizerThubtenChonyi

WAEast WenatcheePerform Acts of KindnessCascade Unitarian Universalist FellowshipUnitarian Universalist AssociationReverendLauraShennum

WALangleySpecial Sermon/ HomilyLangley United Methodist ChurchUnited Methodist ChurchCorrineBayley

WASeattlePrayer/ Song Against ViolenceRichmond Beach Congregational UCCUnited Church of ChristPastorPaulAshby

WASEATTLEPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceUniversity Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)Disciples of Christlayperson/ElderRosemaryBlakemore

WASEATTLEEducational Activity/ DiscussionSEATTLE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOTHERDIRECTOR OF CONGREGATIONAL ENGAGEMENTPEACHJACK

WASEATTLEOtherCentral Lutheran ChurchEvangelical Lutheran Church in AmericaPastorCindySalo

WIMadisonOtherMadison Mennonite ChurchMennonite Central Committeemember of Madison Mennonite ChurchBonnieBerger-Durnbaugh

WIMilwaukeeCity: Milwaukee Holding vigil on December 14th at 7:00 PM Organizing for Action (OFA) Cross Lutheran Church, 1821 N. 16th St, Milwaukee, WIOrganizing for Action (OFA)OFA Milwaukee Chapter LeadGeenenPaul

WIKimberlyOtherHOLY SPIRIT CATHOLIC CHURCHFranciscan Action NetworkSSJ-TOSFsister barbara annegluck

WIMadisonHolding a vigil in our state on December 11th, still planning an event sometime during National Gun Violence Sabbath - not sure of date yet. Would like to invite other faiths, congregations in Madison WI area. Would like help with scripts to read, etc.Madison Mennonite ChurchmemberBerger-DurnbaughBonnie

WIFranklinHolding a vigil in our state on December 11th, Holding a vigil in our state and also sending a family member of victim of gun violence to the National Vigil for All Gun Victims at the National Cathedral, We are on Dec. 14thServe 2 UniteFounderKalekaAmardeep

WIFOND DU LACPrayer/ Song Against ViolenceCongregation of Sisters of St. AgnesRoman CatholicCoordinator of Justice, Peace and Integrity of CreationSally AnnBrickner

WYJacksonSpecial Sermon/ HomilySt. John's Episcopal ChurchThe Episcopal ChurchMargaretHutton

WYJacksonholding a Vigil at 6:00pm December 10th at Jackson Town Square in Jackson, Wyoming.St. John's Episcopal ChurchDirector, Children and Family Ministries Head of School, Bright Beginnings Episcopal PreschoolMargaretHutton

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2nd Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence to #EndGunViolence

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NATIONAL VIGIL FOR ALL VICTIMS of GUN VIOLENCE – DEC. 11,  2014

By the 2nd anniversary of the Sandy Hook shootings, an estimated 60,000 more Americans will have died from gun violence.

RESERVE YOUR SEAT AT THE 2nd ANNUAL NATIONAL VIGIL FOR ALL VICTIMS OF GUN VIOLENCE
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2016  3:00-4:30PM
ST MARKS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, CAPITOL HILL, WASHINGTON D.C.

By December 11, 2016, the 2nd anniversary of the tragic Newtown shooting, an estimated 120,000 Americans will have died from guns and another 300,000 more Americans will have been injured by guns. It’s a heartbreaking toll that affects all of our communities.

When the news vehicles depart, the victims, survivors and the families impacted by gun violence are often forgotten. Therefore, the Newtown Foundation together with Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence, States United to Prevent Gun Violence, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Organizing for Action, Everytown Survivor Network and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America will bring families of victims and survivors of gun violence from Newtown and from around the nation—from urban, rural and suburban communities—to the 4th Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence for a service of mourning and loving remembrance at the St Marks Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on December 11th at 7:00pm.

The 2nd Annual National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence in D.C. will lead the nationwide local vigils and events across the nation to shed a light on the epidemic of gun violence plaguing our communities.

Reserve your seat at the National Vigil for All Victims of Gun Violence here.

Hold a local vigil in your city or town by signing up here

Help us shine a light on this tragic toll. Join The Newtown Foundation, States United to Prevent Gun Violence, Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence and the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., in supporting a national vigil to honor and give voice to ALL victims and survivors of gun violence.  Together we can make a difference.

Together in Sorrow. Together in Action. 

50-State Vigils Nationwide.

We are asking faith organizations and gun violence prevention groups to hold concurrent vigils in each of the 50 states.  Please sign up here to host a vigil in your state and we will send you a Vigil Tool Kit.

You are cordially invited to attend the 2nd Annual National Vigil for All Gun Violence Victims

What:  By December 2014, the 2nd anniversary of the Newtown shootings, more than 60,000 Americans nationwide will have died from gunshot wounds. We must continue to shine a light on the epidemic of gun violence in our nation until these gun deaths are reduced. The Newtown Foundation in partnership with the Washington National Cathedral, States United to Prevent Gun Violence and Faiths United to Prevent Gun Violence will host a 2nd annual national vigil service of mourning and loving remembrance for all who have fallen victim to the ongoing epidemic of gun violence in America on December 11th in Washington D.C. -near the 2nd anniversary date of the Sandy Hook tragedy.  Please join families of victims of gun violence and special guests in honoring all Americans affected by gun violence.

When:  December 11, 2014 from 3:00-4:30PM

Where:  Washington National Cathedral: 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW  Washington, DC 20016

If you are from the DC metropolitan area, please register here:  Attend Event

If you need transportation from Newtown or other US cities/towns and/or you are interested in participating in Newtown Foundation/Newtown Action Alliance activities while in DC on December 10th and 11th, please register here:  2-Day Events & Travel Registration

Please attend and/or help victims’ families to attend this event by donating here

To view or submit photos to our ever-growing tribute to victims of gun violence visit https://www.newtownfoundation.org/victims-photo-upload/. Your donation to the Newtown Foundation is tax deductible.

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NATIONAL VIGIL FOR ALL VICTIMS of GUN VIOLENCE – DEC. 14,  2013

Help shine a light on this tragic toll.

Join the Newtown Foundation to Prevent Gun Violence for the National Vigil at St. Marks Episcopal Church on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. on December 12th at 7:00pm and hundreds of locations around the nation between December 10-14th as we honor and give voice to all victims and survivors of gun violence across the nation.

Together we can make a difference!

You are cordially invited to attend the 1st Annual National Vigil for All Gun Violence Victims

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