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Join us for more “Model Interfaith Dialogue & Unity” on Sunday highlighting “8 Centuries of Muslims in America”

September 25th · No Comments · Focolare, Islam, Muslim, New Africa of the Palm Beaches

Gholam Rahman (center) of the Muslim Community of Palm Beach County is flanked by Dr. David Pena of Palm Beach State College (L), as a smiling Judy Bonner of the First Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Palm Beaches chats with Rabbi Barry Silver during last month’s event.

With G-d’s Name, the Merciful Benefactor, the Merciful Redeemer

Join Us As We Again Spotlight

“Model Interfaith Dialogue & Unity”

Featuring the unprecedented documentary:

“8 Centuries of Muslims in America”

Chronicling the history and contributions of Muslims in America dating from before the arrival of Columbus right up to today. Former Palm Beach Post writer/editor C.B. Hanif leads this fourth in a series of public-interest DVD & discussion gatherings featuring remarkable religious, ethnic and cultural diversity and unity:

Sunday, Sept. 26, 2-4 p.m.

United Methodist Church

of the Palm Beaches

900 Brandywine Road, West Palm Beach 33409

This monthly series continues in the spirit of the Interfaith Clergy Committee’s annual Institute Day program (“Promoting Civil Discourse in a Polarized Nation: People of Faith Respond”); the Delray Beach Interfaith Clergy Association’s First Interfaith Harvest Dinner; the 9th Annual Family Interfaith Picnic hosted by New Africa of the Palm Beaches; and the recent examination of Focolare founder Chiara Lubich’s 1997 address to a gathering of 3,000 at Harlem’s historic Malcolm Shabazz Mosque.

Journey with us as we again seek to learn about each other rather than define or convert each other, learn to be the first to love the other, and develop exemplary models for interreligious interaction and cooperation.

No admission fee; donations accepted.

Organized by New Africa of the Palm Beaches and the Focolare of South Florida.

DIRECTIONS FROM I-95: Take Exit #71 west onto Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Turn right at first corner then left at next (three-way stop sign). UMCPB is on left. For more information call 561-309-5476.

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