Interfaith Conversation 2019

An Interfaith Conversation Celebrating Mutual Respect and Understanding


"Every religious tradition has grown through the ages in dialogue and historical interaction with others.  Christians, Jews, and Muslims have been part of one another's histories, have shared not only villages and cities, but ideas of God and divine revelation."

--The Pluralism Project at Harvard University


Four Birmingham-area faith leaders—a Catholic priest, a rabbi, an imam, and a Protestant minister—will explore their common heritage as children of Abraham in a public forum at Prince of Peace Catholic Church on Wednesday, October 23rd at  7:00 PM. All are welcome to this conversation on Muslim, Jewish, and Christian perspectives on the importance of mutual respect and common ground among these faith traditions. The panelists will also answer questions from the audience. 

 

 

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Father Joy Nellissery

Prince of Peace Catholic Church

 Dr. Sameh Asal

Birmingham Islamic Society

 Rev. Susan Clayton

Independent Presbyterian Church

 Rabbi Jonathan Miller

Rabbi Emeritus, Temple Emanu-El 

The panelists include Dr. Sameh Asal of BIS Hoover Crescent Islamic Center, Reverend Joy Nellissery of Prince of Peace Catholic Church, Reverend Susan Clayton, Independent Presbyterian Church, and Rabbi Jonathan Miller, retired, the long-serving rabbi of Temple Emanu-El.  Please RSVP by following this link.