The Annual Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions Detroit – October 16, 2014

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

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.

Theme:

Re-discovering our religious neighborhood : the architecture of worship in Detroit

Speakers:

Arnie Collens, Historian with the Jewish Historical Society of Detroit, “Historic Jewish Architecture in Greater Detroit”

Alison Keller, Director of Library Services at Rochester College, “Historic Christian Architecture in Greater Detroit”

Dr. Imam Achmat Salie,¬†Islamic Studies Program Developer at the University of Detroit Mercy, “Historic Islamic Architecture in Greater Detroit”

Date
Thursday, October 16, 2014

6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Venue
Rochester College, 800 W Avon Rd,
Rochester Hills, MI 48037

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