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October 2023

Sukkah-Thon 2023!

October 1 - October 5

This is a special invitation for our community to come celebrate Sukkot with the Abrahamic House Fellows in their backyard sukkah! Sukkot is a Jewish holiday that honors the autumn harvest and God’s protection in the desert. For seven days, Jews live and eat in a sukkah, a temporary shelter with a natural roof that lets us see the sky and the stars. It reminds us of God’s presence, our dependence on Him, and our duty to welcome guests with hospitality.  We are planning…

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DC-Area Interfaith Vigils in Response to the Violence in Israel

October 10 - October 12

Adas Israel Congregation DC-Area Vigil for Israel Tuesday, October 10 at 7pm Join together with rabbis, cantors, and community leaders from all over the DC area as we gather in prayer, song, and solidarity following the horrific events in Israel over the past few days. Together we will draw strength from one another as we mourn deeply for those we’ve lost, stand with those now in peril, and pray earnestly for the peace, safety and security of our beloved Israel.…

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Sacred Site Visit with The Firefly House

October 15 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Join in with 7+ faith groups for this interreligious visit focused on meeting your pan-Pagan neighbors!   The Firefly House is a pan-Pagan organization with ceremonies rooted in Wiccan traditions, yet characterized by a culture of radical inclusion. They aim to learn about their spiritual beliefs and practices, including ritual and witchcraft, by sharing knowledge collaboratively across their community and through public events.  Come explore their sense of the sacred, learn about their teachings, and participate in insightful dialogue. Don't miss…

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Interfaith Rally for Palestinian and Israeli Lives

October 19 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
White House

Please join Jews and Muslims and Allies Acting Together (JAMAAT) in front of the White House on Thursday October 19 at 12:30 pm for JAMAAT's "Interfaith Rally for Palestinian and Israeli Lives."

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Faith and Political Polarization

October 29 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Kol Ami Reconstructionist Community, 4444 Arlington Blvd
Arlington, VA
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You don’t have to be a DC politics junkie to see the effect political polarization is having on our society, and this is a topic JIDS has tackled before.  But on Oct. 29th, we’ll look at the topic through a different prism, that of faith.  Just what roles does faith play as to the political and cultural schisms that mar our society?  Is it a cause of the problem?  Or is it a potential antidote?  And most importantly, what can…

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November 2023

November: Month of Prayer

November 1 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Abrahamic House invites you can join us as we visit and listen to prayers at a Synagogue, Mosque, and Church in the month of November. We hope that by being present with and for each other, we can demonstrate the power of interfaith connection to overcome hate and division, and to help mend our broken hearts.  If you cannot attend in person but would like us to include a special intention in our prayers, please feel free to share…

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Supra with the Abrahamic House

November 3 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join us for a 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 their leadership, sacrifices, and acknowledging the shoulders we stand on today. The feast will begin on November 3rd at 7:00 PM and continue for several hours. Our "tamada" or toastmaster, will lead several rounds of toasts. In the country Georgia, toasting is more than a simple…

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Faith and the Supreme Court

November 12 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Hill Havurah, 212 E. Capitol St., N.E.
Washington, DC 20003 United States
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On Sunday, Nov. 12th at 2:00 p.m, JIDS will sponsor a dialogue entitled “Faith and the Supreme Court,” which will examine the religious protections of the First Amendment through the lens of the Supreme Court.  We will be meeting at the perfect venue -- the Hill Havurah congregation, which is located a half-block from the Supreme Court building, at 212 E. Capitol St., N.E., Washington DC 20003.  This event will begin with a talk by Mark Sherman, the eminent Associated Press…

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Sacred Site Visit with Burke Presbyterian Church

November 16 @ 5:45 pm - 8:30 pm

Join in with 7+ faith groups for this interreligious visit focused on meeting your Presbyterian neighbors!   This will be no ordinary site visit.  From a full architectural tour, to a baptism demonstration, to a delicious hot meal, we invite you to join us for an unforgettable interfaith event at this gorgeous modern sacred space.  This event is part of the Northern Virginia/Washington DC Interreligious Communities Project, bringing together 7 faith communities and members of the public for learning and engagement that inspires…

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Day of Service

November 19 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Loudoun Interfaith Clergy/Faith Leaders Group and Loudoun Interfaith BRIDGES invite you and your faith community to join us for a Day of Service bringing people of faith together in a common purpose. Day of Service will benefit Loudoun Hunger Relief.    This is a wonderful opportunity to work together -- Jews, Muslims, Christians, Baha'i, Sikh, Hindu, Buddhist -- our diversity and friendship a strength and gift to the possibility of community for the world.    We hope you will join…

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