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Daffodil Garden Planted in Honor of the Rev. Bob Horowitz
Fr. Bob Horowitz was surprised by the St. Jude's Church family by the planting of a daffodil garden in his honor after services on December 11
Organized by Senior Warden Margie Williams, the garden is part of a worldwide Daffodil Project, which aspires to build a living memorial in eternal remembrance of the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust and in support of children who continue to suffer in humanitarian crises in the world today.
The shape and color of daffodils represent the yellow stars, which Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust. "Yellow is the color of remembrance. Daffodils represent our poignant hope for the future. They are resilient and return with a burst of color each spring. The daffodils honor the memory of those who perished and also serve to honor those who survived," Williams said.
The daffodils were planted under the sign in front of St. Jude's Church in honor of Horowitz's Jewish heritage and his ministry here. "God has blessed him so that he has become a blessing to us," Williams said.
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