From my inbox:

Dear Louise,

We’ve seen time and time again our opponents claim that Mainers of faith are opposed to marriage equality.

That’s just not true.

Equality is a value – like fairness and justice – that’s deeply held by many men and women of faith around Maine.

So after we’re done canvassing for equality, phoning for equality, and driving for equality, NO on 1 supporters of faith are coming together to hold a vigil for equality.

Please join us for one of the interfaith candlelight vigils across the state on Sunday, November 1 on behalf of all Maine families.


Portland

Williston West UCC

32 Thomas Street, Portland ME

5:00-6:00

RSVP on Facebook

Brunswick

Brunswick Commons

5:30-6:00

RSVP on Facebook

Kennebunk

First Parish UU

114 Main Street, Kennebunk ME

5:00-5:30

RSVP on Facebook

Augusta

UU Church of Augusta

69 Winthrop Street, Augusta ME

4:00-4:30

RSVP on Facebook

Auburn

First Universalist Church of Auburn

169 Pleasant Street, Auburn ME

Spring Street Lawn

5:00-5:30

RSVP on Facebook

Bangor

St. Patrick’s Church

21 Holyoke Street, Brewer ME

5:00-5:30

RSVP on Facebook

Louise1

Louise1

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