Annual Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions 2011-Lansing


Niagara Foundation’s annual Abrahamic Traditions Dinner strengthens friendship and understanding among people of the three Abrahamic religions: Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. A variety of individuals, such as religious leaders, government officials, university professors, and community members, come together to engage in dialogue and honor the importance of religious diversity and inter-religious cooperation.

Theme: Strengthening Family Life Today: Resources and Wisdoms within the Abrahamic Traditions

Thursday, January 20, 2011
6:30 to 9:00 pm

Hannah Community Center, Banquet Hall
819 Abbot Rd.
East Lansing, MI 48823

Prof. Robert Anderson
Michigan State University

Prof. Saeed A. Khan
Wayne State University

Prof. Marc Bernstein
Michigan State University

Sponsoring Organizations:

University United Methodist Church

Haslett Community Church

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Shalom Center for Justice and Peace

The Islamic Society of Greater Lansing

The Presbyterian Church of Okemos

Fountain Magazine

Turkish American Society of Michigan

Rumi Club

United Nations Association- Greater Lansing Chapter

City of Lansing, Office of Community and Faith Based Initiatives

Saint Mary Cathedral Parish

Michigan State University – Faculty Learning Communities

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