The people of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Hardwick grieve with our Jewish family, friends and neighbors over the violence in the Pittsburgh synagogue Nov. 3, 2018.

We reject the hatred that incites people to commit evil against those perceived as “different” or “separate.” God loves everyone. We pledge ourselves, and our church, to living and working to bring peace, kindness and mercy into this world. We stand in solidarity with our Jewish brothers and sisters everyday committing ourselves to building communities in which all members live in safety and love.

The people of St. John the Baptist Church in Hardwick

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