Celebrate 400 Years of Faith, Family and Freedom

Registration is now open for MFI’s 29th Annual Fundraising Celebration!

                                

Will you join us on Friday, October 16th at 7pm for a celebration of MFI’s work over the past year?  We are hosting a hybrid experience, with limited in-person attendance at a local church that will also be streamed live into your home.  You can register for virtual or in-person attendance HERE.

In addition to giving thanks for the pro-family victories in MA from the past 12 months, we are excited to observe the 400th Anniversary of the arrival of the Mayflower in Plymouth.  Paul Jehle, author and pastor as well as executive director of the Plymouth Rock Foundation will be our keynote speaker.

The pilgrims were determined to establish a colony in the New World where they and their families could worship freely.  Please join us for what promises to be an enriching opportunity to learn about our founding and the legacy of faith, family and freedom which still provides insight and hope for the future.

                                                               

 

                                                                                              

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