Interfaith All Night: Building Resilience in our Communities and in Ourselves
Saturday, February 29th, 5:30pm – 11:30pm*
What better way to spend Leap Day than in interfaith community with other young people in the DMV?
Intended as a gathering place and learning opportunity for young people in the greater DC area, this year’s event will feature networking, workshops led by youth experts and an open mic session! If you would like to participate in the open mic session, please sign up here: https://forms.gle/
While the Summit has typically been held during the day, this year, it will be held on a Saturday evening this year both to avoid scheduling conflicts as a result of religious obligation and to facilitate an atmosphere that is social, dynamic and exciting for folks both new and old to the interfaith community.
Please join us as we explore this year’s theme “Building Resilience in our Communities and in Ourselves” and question how we can contribute to, cultivate and support resilience in ourselves, our society and each other.
All individuals ages 18-39 are welcome at this event, regardless of spiritual, religious or non-religious affiliation. A vegetarian dinner will be provided at the event.
*This year’s summit will be held at both Foundry United Methodist Church and The Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center (DCJCC)
This event is hosted by the Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington.