Gathering of Hope & Healing in Amherst

Posted at 10:50 PM, Oct 28, 2018

Standing room only Sunday night at Temple Beth Tzedek to mourn the victims of the Pittsburgh Synagogue massacre. People of all faiths were invited to join in a Gathering of Hope and Healing. 

"There is a feeling of wanting to be together," Rachel Elzufon one of the attendants said. 

People heard from spiritual readings and musical selections to honor those that died. 

Protestant, Cindy Adams said she felt the strength, love, and prayers from the community tonight. 

There was even a wall of kindness where people could write prayers and words of kindness on post-it notes. 

One read, "You were killed with hate. You will be remembered with love."

Cantor Penny Myers is disgusted with what happened and wants people to spread the kindness in the wake of this tragedy. 

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