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Supporting Peace in Our Hearts and in the Holy Land

Abrahamic

There is no way to bring resolution to the conflicts in
Israel that I know of — except to bring people together.”

~ David Less, Founder of the Abrahamic Reunion

There’s an event happening on January 24 at 5:00 you won’t want to miss. It seeks harmony and understanding in our community between people of different faiths.

At this Gala Fundraiser at eTown Hall on 1535 Spruce Street in Boulder, local religious leaders from Judaism, Islam, and Christianity will be attending a dinner and discussion, followed by a Music and Dance Gala with three local bands performing. We will also have a Silent Auction.

All proceeds will go to support similar gatherings each month in Israel. A 501-C organization, the Abrahamic Reunion brings together religious leaders of the four Abrahamic Faiths in the Holy Land — Judaism, Christianity Islam, and Druze. Comprising of 100 to 200 spiritual leaders and their families, they gather once a month in Israel for a meal, to say prayers each in their own tradition, and walk the city streets in traditional clothes, hand-in-hand.

Will you join us on January 24 at 5:00 pm at eTown Hall in Boulder? Due to a special supportive offer from eTown Hall, the cost is only $18 per person.

Please visit us online at the abrahamicreunionboulder.org
Here’s the link for tickets: Abrahamic Reunion Boulder Tickets

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