On June 10, 2018, CFPA held a multi-faith gathering at Nassau Presbyterian Church, preceding the summit between President Trump and North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-Un.

50 attendees gathered for an hour-long multi-faith service for peace inside the church, then stepped outside for a candlelight vigil. Faith leaders from a wide range of congregations participated in this event, including:

  • The Rev. Carlton Branscomb, Pastor at First Baptist Church
  • The Rev. Dr. Dave Davis, Senior Pastor at Nassau Presbyterian Church, and President of Princeton Clergy Association 
  • The Rev. Karen Hernandez-Granzen, Pastor at Westminstor Presbyterian Church 
  • Avis Hofstad, First Church of Christ, Scientist
  • Salim Manzar, Muslim Faith Leader
  • Br. Chris McNabb, Trinity Episcopal Church 
  • The Rev. Robert Moore, United Church of Christ and Executive Director of Coalition for Peace Action 
  • The Rev. Bill Neely, Pastor at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton
  • Beverly Owens, Music Director at Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church
  • Eberhard Wunderluch, Bahai's of Princeton 

See pictures below, and click here for more. 



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