The 9th Annual Abrahamic Traditions Dinner in the Twin Cities will bring community members from different cultures, religions, and experiences together to share the joy of friendship and universal values to learn the art of living together. This year’s topic is “How does our faith instruct us to respond to discrimination, bullying, and hate speech and action?”
More than 100 people from all walks of life of diverse communities, religions, and organizations will come together to share how their faiths lead people to stand against in discrimination and bullying.
Guests share a meal and speakers share the perspectives of their faiths on a single question. During the program, guests are invited to talk about the question, and others, at their tables.
Check in for the event starts at 6:00; dinner and program will start at 6:30 pm and end 9:00 pm. United’s Chaplain John Lee will be praying and performing at this event.
The event is open to the public and there is no cost for the dinner but registration is required. Please register at the link: https://goo.gl/forms/rwZEszphM6Zm5nFK2