Working Together Mississippi to host a Day of Remembrance and Mourning for those Mississippians who have died from COVID 19
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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WHO: Working Together Mississippi
WHAT: DAY of REMEMBRANCE AND MOURNING –
A Memorial Service honoring the lives of the 10,000 Mississippians who have died from the COVID-19 pandemic.
WHEN: Tuesday, November 2, 2021 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
WHERE: Smith Park, 302 E. Amite Street, Jackson, MS
Interfaith clergy leaders and others from around the state will hold a memorial service to honor the lives of the 10,000 Mississippi residents who have died since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The prayers and tolling of the bells will be a dramatic way to highlight these tragic losses, and give a voice to the grief felt by all who loved and knew those who have died, and remind us that there will be more to come.
All are welcome to attend.
Working Together Mississippi (WTM) is an emerging statewide organization of diverse religious institutions and nonprofits committed to crossing the divisions of civic life, race, religion, economic status and political ideology, working to build a more prosperous and healthier Mississippi.
Dorothy Triplett at (601)750-1855 (call or text)
Rev. Hugh Hollowell at (601) 207-0609 (call or text)