The traditional 9/11 memorial service that many of us have attended on the Promenade in years past will not be held this year, but members of the Brooklyn Heights Clergy Association will be present on the Promenade at Montague Street and ribbons and prayer cards will be distributed to honor those lost that day 19 years ago. More details are below:
Friday, September 11 between 8:30-10:00am and 5:30-7:00pm
Brooklyn Heights Promenade at Montague Street
So many events this year have invited us to rethink life and community in the wake of the current global pandemic and racial uprisings — that includes gathering to remember those we lost 19 years ago to a horrific terrorist attack. While health concerns prevent us from holding a traditional service this year our 9-11 memorial will be no less meaningful. Please join the Brooklyn Heights Clergy Association any time between 8:30-10 am and 5:30-7 pm to leave a written tribute on the Promenade at Montague Street. In our sacred distant way, we will honor those we lost and we will remember.
Ribbons and prayer blank cards will be distributed at the corner of Montague Street and the Promenade during the following times: 8:30am-10:00am & 5:30pm-7:00pm