Interfaith Paths to Peace

2500 Montgomery Street, Louisville, KY,  40212 |  (502) 214-7322   |  ​

The Memorial Day Interfaith Service was established in 1984

Memorial Day Interfaith Service 

Honoring Civilian and Military Victims of War

*** Watch for details for the 2017 Service ***

Monday, May 30, 2016
11 am - 12 noon
Reception Immediately Following

New Zion Baptist Church
1501 Louis Coleman Jr. Drive (formerly S. 34th St.), Louisville, KY 40211

Featuring music by local jazz pianist and peace advocate, Harry Pickens

and Congressman John Yarmuth

About the Interfaith Service

The Annual Memorial Day Interfaith Service was established in 1984 and is unique in that it honors both civilian and military casualties in all wars that have involved the United States.  Hear reflections, songs, and prayers from multi-cultural and multi-faith community members.  The service also includes a powerful traditional Litany of Battles and candle lighting for the fallen.

This event is free and all are welcome!

Memorial Day Interfaith Service