Dear Members and Friends,
On Tuesday, January 15th, Rabbi Aryeh Spero from Philadelphia will be visiting the Merrick area and will be addressing an interfaith gathering on the topic of Religious Liberty. We invite you and the members of your congregation to join us for this important event.
A major issue for people of all faiths today is the present threat to our Religious Freedom. Freedom of religion empowers all religions to practice their faith to the betterment of their community. Freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and freedom of assembly are the very heart of America. Please consider joining us to hear Rabbi Areyh Spero address this most important topic.
When: Tuesday, January 15th
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Place: Curé of Ars Church - Monsignor Leonard Hall
2323 Merrick Avenue, Merrick, New York
Rabbi Aryeh Spero, President of Caucus For America and author of Push Back: Reclaiming the Judeo-Christian Spirit , is an acclaimed speaker who inspires diverse audiences with his knowledge and appeal. As a columnist his articles have appeared in a number of publications including The Washington Times, National Review and The Wall Street Journal. He has appeared on CBS, Fox News, MSNBC and the Glen Beck TV program and has been interviewed by popular radio and television hosts such as Neil Cavuto, Megyn Kelly, Laura Ingraham, Michael Savage, Tom Marr and Stuart Varney. He has spoken at a meeting of the National Press Club and has addressed The Heritage Foundation. He has also testified before Congress and is a frequent speaker and crowd-pleaser for the New York State Conservative Party. Rabbi Spero has served congregations in New York City, Long Island and Ohio and currently resides in Philadelphia.
We welcome Rabbi Spero, and are honored and proud to introduce him to the greater faith community on Long Island.
For more information please visit www.pushbackamerica.com.
Toni Delvecchio – email: [masked] – Tel:[masked]
Donna-Lou Fennema – email: [masked]
“We hold it for a fundamental and undeniable truth, that religion, or the duty we owe our Creator and the manner of discharging it, can be directed only by reason and conviction, not by force or violence. The religion then of every man must be left to the conviction and conscience of every man; and it is the right of every man to exercise it as these may dictate. This right is in its nature an unalienable right.”