On election day, Tuesday, November 3, the people of St. Michaels’ Episcopal Church of Trenton and Trinity Church of Princeton invite you to join them for a time of prayer, hope, faith and action.

From noon to 5:00 p.m., all communities are invited to meet at the prayer wall, a holy place the two churches created earlier this October, where anyone and everyone can come to add their prayers, remembrances, hopes and dreams.

Between the hours, people are encouraged to safely grief loss, find hope in unity, seek a vision for a stronger community, strengthen our faith and be inspired to be people of action and transformation, healing and wholeness.

As the community and country remain overwhelmed by the shadow of gun violence, the COVID-19 pandemic and entrenched social injustice, both St. Michaels’ Episcopal Church of Trenton and Trinity Church of Princeton want to offer a safe space to for the community to pray and rise up together.