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Abrahamic Initiative Denver
A Colorado based interfaith organization
A Colorado based interfaith organization


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We hope you will plan to join us for fellowship, food, and a celebration of freedom at our Annual Interfaith Passover Seder! Passover is a Jewish celebration of the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt.
This Abrahamic Initiative Seder will celebrate our faiths moving beyond the forces that keep us apart.

Sunday, March 22, 2015 5:30-8:30pm (Doors will open at 4:45) 

Led by: Cantor Elizabeth Sacks of Temple Emanuel 

Catered by: A Kitchen Maven

Music by: Hal Aqua

Cost: $20/person Children under 12 are free, but please RSVP for them.

You can also mail a check made out to: 
Abrahamic Initiative 
864 South Medea Way 
Denver, CO 80209

Due to the winter weather conditions in the Denver Metro area, the Abrahamic Initiative has decided to reschedule the movie screening that was set to take place today (2/22/15) at Saint John's Cathedral. We hope to hold this event in the next 1-2 weeks. Please check our webpage and social media pages for updates. Updated event information will be sent out once 

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Please join us for a movie screening and discussion of the PBS documentary "Three Faiths, One God: Judaism, Christianity, Islam".


The ground-breaking documentary,
“Three Faiths, One God: Judaism, Christianity, Islam” compares similarities and differences in religious beliefs and practices that Islam has with Christianity and Judaism. It also examines how people of goodwill in the Abrahamic faith communities are coming to terms with historical conflicts that impact their lives today, the crisis of the fundamentalist approach to religious pluralism and tearing down barriers to understanding & respect.

Time & Date
March 1, 2015 
Arrival: 2:30-2:45 
Screening: 2:45-4:45 
Discussion: 4:45-5:10

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People of all faiths are invited to help harvest the bounty of vegetables at Ekar Farm, a community farm that grows food for various hunger relief agencies. The Pantry serves the entire community, regardless of religious affiliation.

Bring a hat, water bottle, sunscreen, and shoes that can get dirty and protect your toes. Family event - children over 3 will enjoy Ekar’s pint-sized tools and getting dirty!

Event is free, and all are welcome! Please RSVP to Meghan Carrier

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Abrahamic Initiative is pleased to invite you to participate in a dialogue about… dialogue!  During this time we will explore some of the challenges, misconceptions, and potential surrounding interfaith dialogue in our community.  Additionally, we are pleased to introduce a brand new format for this event.  Not only will we have an opportunity to dialogue amongst ourselves, but we will also hear from panelists representing the three Abrahamic faiths who have experience working in interfaith situations.  This will be the first of many hybrid Dialogue/Panelist events; we hope you enjoy it! 

Please stay tuned for more details by regularly checking our website, Facebook, and Google+!

Event is free of charge, and all are welcome!  Donations always accepted.

Abrahamic Initiative extends deepest condolences to the families of Eyal Yifrach, Naftali Fraenkel, Gilad Sa'ar, and Muhammad Hussein Abu Khdeir, three Jewish Israeli boys recently kidnapped and murdered, and a Palestinian boy murdered in revenge. We are heartbroken because of the loss each of you has suffered. This morning, we read a statement from the family of one of the murdered boys, saying among other things "There is no difference between blood and blood. Murder is murder, whatever the nationality and age." Abrahamic Initiative agrees. Violence and hatred need to end, not right after the next retaliation, but now. May our common God will it, and may we bring it about.

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Together with The +Lady Fatima Center ,  +Abrahamic Initiative Denver  invites you to our 2nd annual Interfaith Fasting and Fast-Breaking Celebration! On Sunday, July 13th, we will be gathering with our friends at The Lady Fatima Center for a time of education, celebration, and food! This event will be an interfaith celebration of the Muslim month of Ramadan. We invite all who are willing to join us for a day of fasting starting at sunrise. Please note that fasting is not a requirement to participate in this event. The event will start promptly at 7:00pm with registration beginning at 6:45pm. Please arrive with plenty of time to register as we have an exciting evening planned. We will listen to three guest speakers talk about fasting in their respective religious traditions, play a short interfaith game, and most importantly eat delicious food together as one community! We hope you are able to join us for this fun and exciting event!
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