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More Than a Joke: A Tri-Faith Symposium

More Than A Joke is back! This series of informative and fun panel discussions will run weekly starting in September. Join us Tuesday evening and Wednesdays during the noon hour. The theme during September is “Made in God’s Image: Jewish, Christian & Muslim Perspectives on Human Rights” and will occur at American Muslim Institute. More Than a Joke will run through March 2020.   Check back for updates on monthly theme and venue.

Tuesday Evening Panel Discussion

Sept 3, 6:30-8 p.m.

American Muslim Institute

Wednesday Lunch-and-Learn

September 11, 18, 25, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

American Muslim Institute / 13140 Faith Plaza

ABRAHAM: Out of One: Many

The “ABRAHAM: Out of One, Many” exhibit will make it’s U.S. opening at Temple Israel. Join us for this grand opening. The exhibit will be at Temple Israel from September 8 – October 18.

Opening Reception

Sunday, September 8, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Congregation of Temple Israel / 13111 Sterling Ridge Dr

Neighbor to Neighbor Mixer

N2N is a great way to make new friends and meet Tri-Faith families. If you already have a N2N group, come and help answer questions about how your group is working and the connections you’ve built. N2N provides opportunities for people from the three faith communities on the Tri-Faith Commons to connect, learn about the other faiths, share their own faith experiences and create meaningful relationships with others in a social environment that is safe, respectful and welcoming.

Thursday, September 19, 5 – 7:30 pm

Congregation of Temple Israel  / 13111 Sterling Ridge Dr

Temple Israel EVENTS

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Third Thursday of Every Month 6:00 – 7:30 pm     Countryside Community Church/ 13130 Faith Plaza

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“The Tri-Faith Initiative gives us the opportunity to narrate our own stories and histories.  The reality is that our respective histories include many examples of cooperation and understanding between our three faiths.  We want to tell that story, and write our next chapter together.” – Nuzhat Mahmood, Tri-Faith Initiative and AMI Board Member