A common prophet brings 3 religions together
Feb. 11 interfaith dinner commemorates “Abrahamic Traditions”
The Bosphorous Dialogue Association, a student organization currently registered with the University of Minnesota, and the Niagara Foundation of Minnesota, a Minnesota state/Twin Cities-based interfaith dialogue group — invite interested members of the public to be their guests at the 2nd Annual Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions at 6:30 pm on the 11th of February, 2010. This is a unique opportunity for members of the Christian, Islamic, and Jewish faiths to celebrate their shared roots and traditions derived from their common ancestor, the Prophet Abraham (Peace Be Upon Him).
Our guests are going to be composed of friends from diverse backgrounds such as leaders of churches, mosques, and synagogues as well as community and businesses.
We sincerely hope that you will be our honored guests and join us.
Murat Ergen Askar Yussupov
- Opening Remarks & Welcome Speech
- Prayer for Dinner
- Keynote Speakers
- Sebahattin Cureoglu, Assistant Professor at Otolaryngology Department, University of Minnesota
- Jeanne H Kilde, Assistant Professor and Director of Religious Studies, University of Minnesota
- Sally Abrams, Community Speaker, Jewish Community Relations Council
- Closing Remarks
Thursday, 11th February 2010
North Star Ballroom
P.S.: Northern Lights Society (NLS) has organized many interfaith and intercultural events in Minnesota since 2001. To expand our friendship beyond any boundaries, NLS decided to merge with its sister organization, Niagara Foundation-a leading presence in Midwest at the end of 2009. NLS will continue to serve the community as Niagara Foundation of Minnesota.