People of all faith backgrounds and quilts symbolizing comfort and remembrance will bring together a night of healing and hope for those who have HIV/AIDS. The 16th annual interfaith service recognizes World AIDS Day, which is Dec. 1.
Monday morning, members of the First United Methodist Church hung quilts inside the sanctuary of the church.
The service will feature prayers and testimonies given by those affected by the disease. There will also be singing and dancing by various Stamford high school groups.
The service will take place at First United Methodist Church, 42 Cross Rd. Stamford, starting at 7 p.m.