Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial  
 
   
Interfaith Support

In a city that represents diverse racial and ethnic populations, the placement of an educational and inspirational Holocaust Memorial is a symbol for universal tolerance and a statement for harmony and understanding. Every day, our world witnesses the consequences of racial and ethnic genocide, religious intolerance and sectarian violence. This memorial is a powerful and hopeful statement of memory and honor, declaring that our community wishes to affirm respect for all racial and ethnic cultures and seeks to embrace an attitude of broad religious tolerance.

Rev. David McGettigan
St. Andrews by the Sea, Atlantic City

Rev. Stephen Siniar
The Covenant House, Atlantic City

The Rev. Augustine A. Unuigbe, M.D.
St. Augustine Episcopal Church, Atlantic City

Rabbi Dr. Gordon Geller
Temple Emeth Shalom, Margate

Father Joseph Ganiel
St. James Roman Catholic Church, Ventnor

Rabbi Shalom Plotkin
Beth El Synagogue, Margate

Rabbi Aaron Gaber
Beth Judah Synagogue, Ventnor

Rev. Art McCauley
Ventnor Community Church, Ventnor 

Rabbi Aaron Krause
Emeritus, Beth El Synagogue, Margate

Rev. Douglas Eberly
Retired, Church of the Epiphany, Ventnor

Rev. Richard Wingate
Retired, Ventnor Community Church, Ventnor

 and representatives of the Fellowship of Churches of Atlantic City