Stamford resident Jules Naudet will bring his ongoing examination of faith to Ferguson Library for a forum Sunday, Feb. 27, with panelists representing a variety of religions.
"My Neighbor's Faith" will feature Kareem Adeeb, imam of the American Institute for Islamic & Arabic Studies; Harbans Arya, a leader of Fairfield County Hindu communities; Rabbi Daniel Cohen, senior rabbi of Congregation Agudath Sholom; the Rev. Arthur Mollenhauer, pastor of St. Mary Parish; and the Rev. Robert W. Perry, senior pastor of Union Baptist Church. Heidi Hadsell, president of Hartford Seminary,
A pastor, a rabbi and a Muslim minister who forged a partnership in the wake of 9/11 will deliver a message of interfaith hope Tuesday, Sept. 28, at UConn-Stamford. The evening with the InterFaith Amigos kicks off at 7:30 and is sponsored by the InterFaith Council of Southwestern Connecticut. The event is free and open to the public. The Rev. Kate Heichler, president of the council, believes the event furthers its mission of "bringing people of different faith traditions together for conversation and collaborative action."
The Interfaith Amigos -- Sheikh Jamal Rahman, Pastor
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