Multiple faiths came together to celebrate Solidarity Shabbat in Cleveland


From Toronto to Tampa and Corpus Christi to Cleveland, temples across the country are coming together, participating in Solidarity Shabbat. 

Multiple faiths joined together Saturday in Pepper Pike at the B’nai Jeshurun Congregation to pray and to honor those who passed in the Pittsburgh attack last weekend. Some in attendance included an Episcopalian bishop, Pentecostal bishop and African American preachers.

Father Joseph Hilinski is the Interfaith Director for the Diocese of Cleveland and the pastor of St. Barber Church and attended Saturday’s service. 

Folks stood together in solidarity with the Jews of Pittsburgh and the African American community as part…

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