On October 27, 2018, during a quiet morning shabbat service, a gunman took the lives of 11 people at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA. This brutal act of hate confirmed growing fears about the dangerous rise of anti-Semitism in this country and around the world. The film begins one week after the shootings when Rabbi Jeffrey Myers shared the painful story of that day and the impact on the Jewish community. Residents from all walks of life gathered to grieve, and to seek comfort and healing. But they also came together to engage in difficult dialogue about gun violence, hate speech and the spread of white nationalism. Through the eyes of a diverse group of survivors, students, civic and faith leaders, Stories from the Tree of Life will explore the powerful display of unity in a moment of crisis, the resilience of a vibrant city, the actions in response to a continued threat, and what “Never Again" means in daily life. This public television documentary will be accompanied by a civic and educational engagement campaign, presented by Not In Our Town, that will spark action and provide tools for schools and communities to address anti-Semitism and all forms of hate.