Compiled by Globe Staff, 09/14/01
There are multiple vigils at United Church of Christ congregations through the weekend. They're listed at
A guide for Jews seeking to deal with the crisis is available at
A list of services at Episcopal churches within the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts is available at www.diomass.org/crisis/crisis_services.htm
7 p.m.: An evening of candlelights, reflection and song will be held at the Reflecting Pool on the Christian Science Plaza as part of the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance.
7 p.m.: A special remembrance liturgy will be held at the Paulist Center Catholic Community. 5 Park St., Boston. Park St. T station; wheelchair accessible.
10 p.m.: National movement asking all US residents to stop all activity and go outside with a lighted candle to demonstrate strength and unity against terrorism.
11:00 am: Trinity Church will host a service of Prayer in the
Time of Crisis. The service will include prayer, reflection and music. Rector Samuel T. Lloyd will preach. 206
Clarendon Street, Boston
4 p.m.: National prayer vigil at 1,000 churches linked by
satellite. For an updated list of churches and speakers or to register to
receive the downlink, see the America Prays website
4 p.m.: Community worship, prayer and response service. Twelfth
Baptist Church, 160 Warren Street, Boston