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“Border Church” and “Border Mosque” Team up for Prayer Service

posted on October 24, 2019

Religion News Service’s Alejandra Molina reports that an interfaith day of prayer will happen at the San Diego-Tijuana border on October 27. More than a decade ago, the Rev. John Fanestil, a United Methodist minister, started a weekly prayer service known as “Border Church” at a local park on the border, “where family members separated by their immigration status can interact, even if their interaction takes place through border fencing.” Since April, a group of Muslims known as “Border Mosque” have joined them, and this month they will co-host the “binational day of prayer.” 

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