SALISBURY -- It is ironic that Sunday, the day of worship, of loving one's brother as himself, is the most segregated day of the week.......At the event from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in Salisbury City Park, "different kinds of people, people representing Muslims and Baha'i and Quakers and the Peace Alliance of the Lower Shore, all sorts of groups will be coming together, very different kind of groups," Wright said.
"Everybody is going to pack a picnic lunch. We are going to have lunch together and talk to one another in the spirit of cooperation and friendship. Religious backgrounds and cultural backgrounds will sit together in peace," he said.......
Monday, September 21, 2009
BY SUSAN CANFORA • SPECIAL TO THE TIMES • SEPTEMBER 17, 2009
Posted by De Sube at 9/21/2009 08:26:00 AM