Performed by a coalition choir comprised of local congregations:
Winchester Unitarian Society
St. Mary’s Church
St. Eulalia’s Church
First Congregational Church
Crawford Memorial United Methodist
Temple Shir Tikvah
FOR INFO: 617-801-5263
This timely and topical piece reflects the issues surrounding immigration, and features texts by founding fathers that established the United States as a welcoming place – a place, in the words of George Washington, “open to receive not only the opulent and respectable stranger but the oppressed and persecuted of all nations and religions.”
Suggested Donation: $20
Proceeds from the performance will benefit the International Institute of New England, a non-profit organization that has been welcoming and serving refugees and immigrants since 1918.
Sponsored by the Winchester Multicultural Network.