Join IPC to celebrate
"Trees of Peace"
Seventeen Lancaster congregations planted over 100 trees in honor of Earth Day this year. When people of faith work together we can do amazing things. Whether or not your congregation participated you are invited to join us as we gather for a ceremonial planting of a "Unity Tree" to commemorate this wonderful accomplishment.
Dress for the weather. Bring a lawn chair and drinking water.
Planting near the Dog Park. Street parking nearby. Stroller accessible. Off path location may be difficult for wheelchairs.
Sunday, June 6th 2 PM at Buchanan Park
- Opening Prayer
- Comments from local officials and spiritual leaders
- Planting of one tree, symbolic of the interfaith effort to plant Trees of Peace
- Installation of a memorial plaque
This family friendly event is a part of Lancaster Water Week.
Ray D'Agostino Rev. John Knight
Lancaster County Commissioner Bright Side Baptist Church
Current CDC safety guidelines will be followed. For COVID-19 visitor information, go to “Support Lanc” page.
Thank you to the congregations that planted Trees of Peace: Akron Mennonite Church, Blossom Hill Mennonite Church, Bright Side Baptist Church, Community Mennonite Church of Lancaster, Grandview Church, Hosanna! A fellowship of Christians, Landisville Mennonite Church, Lititz Mennonite Church, Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, New Holland Mennonite, Red Run Mennonite Church, Saint Leo the Great Catholic Church, San Juan Bautista Catholic Church, Speedwell Heights BIC Church, St John Neumann Parish and Catholic School, Unitarian Universalist Church of Lancaster, Victory Church
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