'Moving vigils' to bring faith to repeal of NH death penalty
Originating with the Faith Initiative of the coalition, the vigils are modeled after those held by the Diocese of Connecticut in 2012 during the state's repeal campaign.
Currently, the five moving vigils are scheduled as follows:
• Manchester: March 23, beginning at 4:30 p.m. at St. Joseph's Cathdral. The vigil will end at Grace Episcopal Church.
• Dover: Saturday, March 29, beginning at noon at St. Thomas's Episcopal ChurchFor more information regarding the moving vigils, updates on weather, transportation, etc., please visit the N.H. Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty website at www.nodeathpenaltynh.org/vigils or contact Marti Hunt at email@example.com or 927-4046.
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