Following the tragic weekend of gun violence, Pennsylvanians are mourning the victims as well as rising up to take a stand against hate and all forms of gun violence. The clear connection between hate and the access to firearms must be addressed by our elected officials. Join CeaseFirePA and partners from across the Commonwealth as we come together and honor victims of gun violence and disarm hate. 


Wednesday, August 7th

Call to Action: Let’s Make PA Safer

Stand with CeaseFirePA, Moms Demand Action, March For Our Lives, and Governor Tom Wolf as we call for Extreme Risk Protection Orders

The Capitol Building, 501 N 3rd St, Harrisburg, PA



Disarm Hate: A Call to Action

Wednesday August 7

Vigil at 6:30pm: 55 E. Court Street, Doylestown 18901

Candlelight and Community Dialuge 7pm: 186 E. Court Street, Doylestown 18901

Bring your own candle.


Thursday, August 8

Call to Action

Penn Square, Lancaster



Thursday, August 8

Enough: Dismantling/Disarming Hate

Sixth Presbyterian Church 1688 Murray Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15217



Monday, August 5th

Honor with Action

We are holding a candle lighting ceremony then marching to city hall

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 232 Wyoming Ave., Scranton PA 18503



Tuesday, August 6

Love Over Hate: Addressing America’s Gun Problem

Love Park, 16th Street and JFK Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19102


Facing the truth about gun violence in PA