Every third Sunday of the month, from 6.30pm to 8pm
Location: Currently at Istanbul Cultural Center, 591, N Main Street, Alpharetta, GA 30009
Each month a religiously and culturally diverse group of adults meet to sit in contemplative silence for 20 minutes and then have a spiritual conversation. The topics discussed are ones that affect all seekers or people of faith: surrender, forgiveness, prayer, spiritual practices, compassion, etc. The time together is respectful and honors the tradition and experiences of each person who shares; the rich dialogue that ensues fosters interfaith friendship, understanding and growth. All this goodwill in 90 minutes! You are always welcome to join us.
If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Marian Monahan (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kemal Korucu (email@example.com) for the latest information and confirmation of dates - especially as the location or timing may change from time to time, due to unforeseen circumstances. Thank you for your understanding!
A collaborative event between Neshama Interfaith Center, Interfaith Community Initiatives and Faith Alliance of Metro Atlanta, and hosted by the McAfee School of Theology at Mercer University:
Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 2-5pm
Location: Mercer University, in the Cecil B. Day Hall, 3001 Mercer University Drive Atlanta , GA 30341
We are so excited to cosponsor this first annual collaborative event, kicking off the United Nation's World Harmony Week .... an event to promote our beloved Atlanta community's diverse and rich interfaith community.
Connect with your neighbors and neighborhood through
* Celebrating Interfaith Atlanta
* Enjoying international performances
* Hearing personal stories
* Participating in “hands-on” activities
Angela Harrington-Rice, AIB Network
Cliff Trammell, CTram Entertainment
"Turn Toward Your Neighbor"
Rev. Robert V. Thompson, Chair Compassionate Atlanta,
Chair Emeritus Parliament of the World’s Religions
"Turn Toward Your Neighborhood"
Rev. Kate McGregor Mosley, Executive Director
Georgia Interfaith Power and Light
"Why Our Stories are Important"
Audrey Galex, Program Content Manager AIB Network
Performances including Fugees Academy Youth Choir, The Burundi Drummers (African drumming), and a Poetry Slam from three local poets.
Hands-on activities include "Holy Headcoverings", Seed Planting, and Decoration of Prayer Flags from 2pm - 2.45pm before the main program begins.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE WHOLE COMMUNITY. FREE PARKING (The closest parking lot to the event is the West Parking Lot, best accessed from Flowers Road then University Circle West Entrance. See attached campus map for details.)
Location: Mercer University, in the Cecil B. Day Hall, 3001 Mercer University Drive Atlanta , GA 30341 (click for directions)
RSVP NOW, reserve your seat and print out your free ticket (by clicking here), so that we can cater accordingly. Spread the word by telling your friends, family and colleagues, and bring them with you to celebrate what will be a wonderful afternoon.