at Pearl Harbor
Presented by World Peace Prayer Society (WPPS) Members of Honolulu
Supported by the City and County of Honolulu, Mayor Jeremy Harris,
and Councilmember Rene Mansho
Upon entering a new millennium, we believe that it is critical for humanity
to transcend the wars and conflicts of the 20th century
and move into the world of ONENESS in LOVE,
because WE ARE ALL ONE.
To promote this movement, we will hold an “International Peace Ceremony”
and pray for the peace of every country on Earth.
Please come and join us with an open heart and ALOHA spirit!
|Date||Saturday, December 2, 2000|
|Time||3:00 to 5:00 pm (Hawaiian Standard Time)|
|Place||On the fantail section of the main deck of the|
|USS Missouri at Pearl Harbor.|
|Take the WPPS shuttle at USS Bowfin Submarine Museum|
|next to the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center to enter|
|Program||Welcome by Councilmember Rene Mansho|
|Message from Hiroo Saionji, President of WPPS|
|Remarks by Manny Menendez, Executive Director,|
|Office of Economic Development|
|Remarks by a Representative of Hiroshima Kenjin Kai|
|World Peace Prayer Ceremony (WPPC)|
|Everyone Sing, “Let There Be Peace On Earth”|
|“Aloha Oe” and “Hawaii Aloha”|
|Music by Auntie Moana Chang, Band of Light,|
|Michiko Moroi and Yukie Hayashi|
We are deeply grateful for this significant opportunity to hold our International Peace Ceremony aboard the USS Missouri.
The Peace Ceremony attendees may board the USS Missouri at 2:30 pm. Take the WPPS shuttle near the USS Bowfin ticket office next to the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center. The shuttle will take you to Ford Island.
The World Peace Prayer Ceremony (WPPC) involves participants carrying the national flag of every country, walking on stage, raising the flag with everyone repeating together, “May Peace Be In (Name of Country).” The Ceremony concludes with the prayer, “May Peace Prevail On Earth”.
Please join us for the peace of all nations and the planet Earth!