The Annual Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions – Ann Arbor – January 13, 2016


Niagara Foundation organizes Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions every year for the purpose of strengthening friendship and understanding among three Abrahamic Traditions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

We proudly host a diverse group of guests, including clergy from churches, synagogues, and mosques, academicians from universities and seminaries, and leaders of many charitable and civic organizations.

This year’s “Annual Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions” is entitled “Welcoming the Stranger: Finding Unity through Diversity”.  It will seek to counter the political currents of division by uniting the community in remembering that our faith traditions inspire us to welcome the weak and helpless strangers who come to our door steps. Brief presentations will be given from the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian traditions. This event is co-organized by the Wesley Foundation and the Niagara Foundation.


Welcoming the Stranger: Finding Unity through Diversity


Rabbi Robert D. Levy, Senior Rabbi, Temple Beth Emeth

Rev. Bob Roth, Chaplain/ Director, Wesley Foundation at the University of Michigan

Dr. Rudolph B. Ware, Associate Professor, Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies at University of Michigan

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

6:30 pm – 9:00 pm


First United Methodist Church, Ann Arbor – Social Hall

120 S State St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104

You can RSVP by filling out the RSVP form following this link.

 This invitation is not for fundraising or solicitation. Registration is required as seating capacity is limited.

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