Now more than ever, communities of faith should come together, to learn more about different religious traditions and share in the understanding that we have more similarities than differences. We can be proud of our own beliefs and traditions while at the same time respecting those who were born into, or have chosen to live by another set of religious practices.
Saturday, March 14, 2020
10:00am – 1:00pm
Congregation Sha’are Shalom
18 Henry Ford Circle
Waldorf, MD 20602
10:00am – 11:30am
Shabbat Morning Prayer Service
(Jewish morning service with discussion and explanations of prayers and rituals)
11:30am – 1:00pm
Luncheon, Presentation and Q&A
Dress code: Business casual, or whatever you normally wear to church, mosque, or synagogue.
Capacity is limited. Please RSVP at https://shaareshalomsomd.org/stronger-together
The prayer service, presentation and discussion will be lead by student Rabbi Jasha (pronounced YAH-shah) Levenson who is currently serving as the prayer service and spiritual leader at Waldorf, Maryland’s reform synagogue, Sha’are Shalom (Gates of Peace). Through birth and marriage, Jasha is part of an interfaith family that contains Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Jasha has prayed in churches, mosques and synagogues around the world and helps people of different religious backgrounds to bridge the gap of misunderstanding that has caused division among people of different faiths throughout the ages and across the world.
Please join us and help in bringing the Southern Maryland communities of faith together to work towards a brighter future for us all!
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