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Video: Westfield Residents Gather to Remember Lives Lost on 9/11

September 11, 2017

WESTFIELD, NJ – Residents gathered at the Westfield September 11th memorial Monday to pay respect to the victims and their families of the attacks that took place 16 years ago.

“Today we stand together as a community to remember and pay tribute to our dearly departed neighbors and to offer our support and comfort to the families who so unjustly lost their loved ...

Westfield's 9/11 Memorial Service Planned

WESTFIELD, NJ — Mayor Andy Skibitsky is extending an invitation to all Westfield residents to observe the 16th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks next week at the town’s annual commemoration ceremony, set for the evening of Monday, Sept. 11, at the town’s September 11th memorial.

The ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m., rain or shine. The ...

‘Stand with Charlottesville’ Vigils to Continue in Westfield this Week

WESTFIELD, NJ — After nearly 150 people turned out for a “Stand with Charlottesville” vigil in Westfield Sunday night, organizers Lydia Kaplan and Pam Brug — chairs of the race justice committee for the group Westfield 20/20 — have decided to hold an additional vigil each night this week, “so that everyone in our community has an opportunity to participate ...

Members of Westfield Community Gather for ‘Stand with Charlottesville’ Vigil

WESTFIELD, NJ — Nearly 150 people attended a “Stand with Charlottesville” vigil at Westfield’s Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial Sunday night. The Westfield event —  one of many held Sunday after a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, ended in violence — was organized in a matter of hours by Lydia Kaplan and Pam Brug, members ...

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FCC of Westfield Returns from Summer Mission Trip in Denver

September 19, 2017

“IN LAK’ECH, ALA K’IN” is a Mayan phrase that means I Am Your Other You, You Are My Other Me. It’s a statement about unity and oneness that First Congregational Church of Westfield made their own during a week of volunteering, education and living with members from other churches throughout the country in Denver, Colorado.

Arriving at the Mile High City, 17 youth ...