Upcoming Caravan for Reconciliation events – Week 1

Greetings from Charlotte, NC! We just arrived and checked into our hotel before our 7p.m. event tonight at UNC Charlotte’s McKnight Hall. Mecklenberg Ministries, UNC Charlotte Muslim Student Association, Temple Israel, Temple Beth El, Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, Park Road Baptist Church and UNC Charlotte’s Department of Genocide, Holocaust and Human Rights Studies.

Here’s a quick look at our public event schedule through Saturday:

9:30 – 11:30a.m., Wednesday: breakfast with local clergy at Islamic Center of Greater Charlotte (invite only)

7-8:30p.m., Wednesday: “From Fear to Faith: Advancing American Voices of Religious Pluralism,” at Daniel Chapel at Furman University in Greenville, SC

12 -1p.m., Thursday: brown-bag lunch with students, faculty at Candler Seminary (Emory University) in Atlanta

6:30 – 8:30p.m., Thursday: “From Fear to Faith: a Call for Positive Religious Pluralism in American Life,” at the King Center in Atlanta.

6 – 8p.m., Saturday: “From Fear to Faith: Advancing American Voices for Religious Pluralism” at Al Farooq Masjid in Atlanta

(The 10th anniversary of 9/11 calls for every American to promote freedom and oppose extremism in every faith community. All community members are invited to join our “From Fear to Faith: Advancing American Voices for Religious Pluralism” programs to learn how to respond to attacks on faith communities and resources for respectful pluralism within Judaism, Christianity and Islam.)

 

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2 thoughts on “Upcoming Caravan for Reconciliation events – Week 1

  1. There is a saying in Kiswahili,”Sisi wote ni wanadamu.” it means, “We are all one species” or “we are all of the same blood.”

    As you make this journey, may we discover our unity as God’s creation in the midst of a beautiful diversity.

    • Thank you, Pastor Seitz-Brown, for the wonderful blessing. You can follow more CBB updates on our Facebook page and on Twitter (1Ark1Humanity).

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