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2017-04-05 Print

Faith communities in Palo Alto break bread together for the first time


his event will unite those who identify as Muslim, Christian, Jewish, another faith or of no faith over a vegetarian, kosher and alcohol-free dinner.

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Some congregations in Palo Alto, CA will share a meal together for the first time at a Multicultural Shabbat Dinner on Friday, 4/28 at the Oshman Family JCC.

This event will unite those who identify as Muslim, Christian, Jewish, another faith or of no faith over a vegetarian, kosher and alcohol-free dinner. OFJCC Community Engagement Director

Luba Palant says, “Whether we realize it or not, we are influenced by the divisiveness around us which tends to promote fear. It is such a simple gesture to share a meal. Our goal is for people to get together without politics to build trust and human connections with others.” This event is presented in partnership with JCRC, Multifaith Voices for Peace and Justice, American Muslim Voice Foundation and Pacifica Institute.


Open to the Community
Friday, April 28
6:00–8:30 PM
Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
$10 Adults | $5 Children (ages 3–14 years) | Free for kids 2 and under

 
Contact Info
Oshman Family JCC
Oshman Family JCC
Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life
3921 Fabian Way
Palo Alto, CA 94303

Phone: 650-223-8663

Website: https://paloaltojcc.org/Events/multicultural-shabbat-dinner