Faith leaders organize vigil today for immigrants facing deportation

MANCHESTER — A vigil is planned for today outside the Norris Cotton federal building in Manchester to pray for immigrants facing deportation.

The vigil is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. with a “Jericho Walk” around the building, led by the Rev. Eric Jackson, pastor at Brookside Congregational Church and president of the Greater Manchester NAACP. A “Jericho Walk” is a silent march, praying as the Israelites did when they brought down the walls of Jericho, said Jackson. *| More…

| Union Leader

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