Mar 15 9th Annual Abrahamic Traditions Dinner (RSVP req)

You are cordially invited to the 9th Annual Abrahamic Traditions Dinner dedicated to “How does our faith instruct us to respond to discrimination, bullying, and hate speech and action?”, on Wednesday, March 15th, 2017. The dinner will be held in Mt.Zion Temple at 6:30 PM (1300 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105).

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.

Tentative Program
Opening Remarks
Dinner (Kosher & Vegetarian meals also available upon request)

​Keynote Speeches
Reverend Dan Collison
The First Covenant Church Minneapolis
Rabbi Adam Spilker
Mt.Zion Temple
Shaykha Tamara Gray
The Founding Director of RABATA

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 Mt.Zion Temple.
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