Salaam-Chai-Paradise Trifaith invites Muslims, Jews and Christians to re-discover our shared root: Abraham, in this four-session program based on Bruce Feiler’s best-selling book, available for purchase in the church gift shop, Serendipities, where profits fund missions. The cost is $14.

“An Abraham Trialogue: a Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths” begins at PVUMC * in the Fellowship Center on Thursday, January 8, 2015, 7-9 pm, with an introductory session: “Abraham — Father of Three Faiths.” This pastor-led session will introduce Feiler’s book, Abraham: A Journey to the Heart of Three Faith, which will be available for purchase at that session.

Following the introductory sesssion, the group will offer three sessions at the three host institutions: the Islamic Center of NE Valley, Temple Chai and Paradise Valley United Methodist Church (PVUMC), 4455 E Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253.

Salon I: Life of Abraham
Monday, January 26
Islamic Center of NE Valley
12125 E. Via Linda, Scottsdale

Salon II: Children of Abraham
Thursday, February 12
Temple Chai
4645 E. Marilyn,Rd., Phoenix

Salon III: Legacy of Abraham
Thursday, February 26

It’s the 10th anniversary of the interfaith Abraham Series of 2005, and we’re celebrating the continued vitality of the Salaam-Chai-Paradise tri-faith group by offering a re-run of this popular program. Alumnae will be back for reunion, and newcomers are welcome, too, as we (Jews, Christians and Muslims) join together to explore our shared Abrahamic roots.

Come add your voice to “An Abraham Trialogue: A Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths” as we learn about and discuss the defining role that Abraham plays in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The series will explore both the commonalities and the differences in how Abraham is perceived, and, in doing so, will offer new perspectives on our neighbors and ourselves.

* Free, quality childcare is available for the PVUMC sessions with a 48-hour reservation. Call 602-840-8360, ext 134.

For more information about the series, please contact Karen Ouzts.

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