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Last Chance to Register for “A Rabbi, A Priest, and A Cop”

A Rabbi, A Priest, and A Cop — An Honest Discussion About Gun Violence

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This discussion will explore the issues and concerns in Boulder regarding gun violence. We’ll hear from Sheriff Joe Pelle on what his office’s greatest challenges are and what successes they have had. Priest Sheila Durkin Dierks will share from a Christian perspective what teachings their faith holds, and what efforts their community’s engaged in to prevent gun violence and cope with its effects along with personal stories. Rabbi Marc Soloway will facilitate an honest discussion, with teachings from Jewish sources, about personal and communal responsibilities needed with the right to bear arms.

There will also be an update on the community-wide “Guns to Art” project in which they have all been involved. Since we are taking part in the national Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath, we ask that you please send your prayers or short thoughts to socialaction@bonaishalom.org to have them included in Shabbat service.

Please RSVP early so you can secure a seat at office@bonaishalom.org or 303-442-6605. $18 per adult, $15 per child, price will not exceed $54 per family. All First Fridays begin with services at 6:00 pm and followed with dinner at 7:00 pm and panel discussion at 8:00 pm. Wine is BYOB (Kosher only). Please label your wine if you do not wish to share.

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