Nov 30: 10th Abrahamic Traditions Dinner in Apple Valley

You are cordially invited to the 10th Abrahamic Traditions Dinner dedicated to “Core Values of Our Faiths and What Happens When Those Values are Highjacked from Within?”, Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 6:15 pm. The dinner will be held in Grace Lutheran Church of Apple Valley at 6:30 PM (7800 W. County Rd 42 Apple Valley, MN 55124).

This event will bring community members from different cultures, religions, and experiences together to share the joy of friendship and universal values to learn the art of living together. More than 100 people from all walks of life of diverse communities, religions and organizations will come together to discuss religious education today from different perspectives.

Niagara Foundation Minnesota Branch organizes this event in association with TASMN and Grace Lutheran Church of Apple Valley.

Tentative Program
  • Opening Remarks
  • Prayer
  • Dinner (All of the food is Halal ;Vegetarian meals also available and Kosher meals will be ordered upon request) 

​Keynote Speeches
  • Rabbi Barry D. Cytron, Director of Multi-Religious Fellows Program of Collegeville Institute
  • Rev. Grant Abbott, Theologian in Residence at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
  • Rashed Ferrous, Vice President and speaker for Islamic Resources Group

Short Table Discussion
Open Discussion w/Tea & Dessert

​It is free and open to the public however online RSVP is required.
Please click for the online RSVP form.


Child care will be available during the event. Please email us for RSVP for the child care inside Grace Lutheran Church of Apple Valley.
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