Category Events 22-24

The Saints Go Marching In 

Saints are revered figures across many religious traditions for living exemplary lives of faith, devotion and service. The Catholic Saint, Jewish Tzadik and Muslim Wali are all viewed as ones with a special connection to God. The fellows and their…

Festival of Lights at LDS Temple

Every Christmas season, the Mormon Church decorates the Temple with over 400,000 dazzling lights. The Abrahamic House fellows and their community, explored the decorated grounds (including nativity scenes loaned from embassies from all around the world), attended the Suzuki Children’s…

Shabe Yalde

The longest night of the year is celebrated during Shabe Yalda, also known as Chelle Night. It is an ancient Persian festival that marks the winter solstice. It is a time for family and friends to gather, share food, and…

November: Month of Prayer

As our interfaith relationships continued to be tested by the war in Gaza and Israel, our fellows organized a special offering for our community. They organized outings to three separate houses of worship, a mosque, synagogue, and church, to pray for peace…

Supra: A Toast To All Souls 

Guests joined our fellows for a Shabbat dinner and Georgian Supra – a traditional banquet feast. During Halloween, or the liturgical celebrations of All Souls and All Saints Day, Christians around the world take time to remember their departed, commemorating…