Annual Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions


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: Perspectives on Abrahamic Traditions: Stewardship of Wealth, Health and Time

Lansing: January 12, 2012 / 6:30 -9:00 pm
Detroit: January 19, 2012 / 6:30 -9:00 pm
Grand Rapids: January 31, 2012 6:30 -9:00 pm
Ann Arbor: February 9, 2012 6:30 -9:00 pm

Most Rev. Earl Boyea, Fifth Bishop of Lansing
Imam Achmat Salie, University of Detroit-Mercy
Rabbi Amy Bigman, Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Rabbi Mike Moskowitz, Temple Shir Shalom
Imam Achmat Salie, Islamic Studies, University of Detroit-Mercy
Dr. James Tubbs, Professor and Chair of Religious Studies, University of Detroit Mercy
Abdulmajid Katranji, the Islamic Society of Greater Lansing
Rabbi David J.B. Krishef, Congregation Ahavas Israil
Rev. Chandler Stokes, Westminster Presbyterian Church
Rev. Deborah Dean-Ware, Church of the Good Shepherd
Rabbi Robert Dobrusin, Beth Israel Congregation
Saaed Khan, Wayne State University

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