Unbound is Praying For All Those Affected by Sunday’s Attack on Jewish Centers in Kansas City

As a community of peace and love, Unbound stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters affected by the violence Sunday at the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom Assisted Living Center near Kansas City.

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This was an attack on all people of faith and good will.

Kansas City, KS (PRWEB) April 15, 2014

As a community of peace and love, Unbound stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters affected by the violence Sunday at the Jewish Community Center and Village Shalom Assisted Living Center near Kansas City, just a few miles from the world headquarters of Unbound.

Three innocent people are dead. Their families and friends are forever impacted, and the entire community is searching for answers to a terrible act that can never be fully explained.

The fact this heinous crime was committed on the eve of Passover and the beginning of Holy Week makes the outcome all the more painful.

While the attacks are considered a hate crime and took place at Jewish centers, the victims were Methodist and Catholic. This was an attack on all people of faith and good will.

Unbound works with people of all faiths throughout the world in a spirit of peace and unity. Unbound extends our heartfelt condolences to the families of those who were killed, to the Jewish community and all who are threatened by violence because of their religious beliefs.

The Unbound family condemns this violence and are praying for all who were impacted.

Founded by lay Catholics in 1981, Unbound is an international nonprofit headquartered in Kansas City, Kan. We work side by side with people of diverse faith traditions in 21 countries.


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