4th Annual CCWL

Public Square


October 20th

1-4 pm

Join us for an afternoon where we will stand in silence for 30 min. with the intention of spreading love into our city and world.

Live entertainment and fellowship!

1-4 pm

No registration needed but let us know you plan to attend by clicking here

STAND FOR LOVE t-shirts will be available, first come- first served!

$10 donation suggested

Click here to view coverege from 2016:


Together in tranquility

The mission of Circle the Cities with Love is to stand together holding hands in silence and embodying the power of LOVE that brings healing, peace, and justice to our world.

Circle the City With Love Pledge

I pledge to be substance free, nonviolent and nonpartisan, putting the power of LOVE that brings healing, peace, and justice into our cities, our country, and our world, by standing/sitting in silence for one half hour in the spirit of love at this time of great unrest and turmoil and uncertainty around the globe.


Circles 2019

This year, CCWL is branching out to YOUR neighborhoods!

This movement, spiritual in nature and proven by science, can bring love energy to all in its presence.

Please consider hosting your own Circle. Check out the information on the history of Circle the City with Love and the “How to Conduct a Circle” toolkit!

After your event consider posting day/time and pictures on social media.

The circle events this summer and Fall will culminate in one larger Circle on October 20, 2019 on Public Square in Cleveland. Join us from 1-4! No registration is needed!

Join us and stand in silence and united in love to bring peace, healing and justice to our city, country and world.

Organized in partnership with the YWCA of Greater Cleveland.

Check out this gallery of images from last year’s event by Mark Silverberg.

Get the Song

Hear the recently released Circle The City With Love single by Joe Petruziello. (He performed it live July 29 in Cleveland. You also can download it from iTunes or listen to a preview [and download it] on Spotify. Or listen to it on YouTube.).

In the Media

I wanted to do something to address the violence and anger in the world. It has to stop. It has to end. I don’t know how to do it, but these are the people who can do something. - Caroline Kovac, from Chardon
— Cleveland.com, (Circle the City, July 2016)
In a spirit of unity, interfaith clergy, community leaders and local residents held hands for 30 minutes of silent meditation to harness the power of love, peace, and justice our nation so desperately needs.
— Baltimore Post-Examiner (Circle the Cities, January 2017)


Footage from Past Events




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