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Interfaith Peace Conference at Lake Junaluska
March 1, 2018 - March 4, 2018$60 – $150
“Meeting the Other: Can We Talk?”
In polarizing times, how can we communicate with civility and respect while upholding our core values and religious traditions? At this event, Jewish, Christian and Muslim leaders offer lectures, worship, music, prayer and meditation to guide us in learning to talk across differences.
Keynote Speakers: T. Anthony Spearman, Nancy Fuchs Kreimer and Juliane Hammer.
Musical Guest: Abraham Jam
Program Fee: $150/person
Student Program Fee: $60/person
CEU Credits: $10 (1.5 CEU Credits)
Lodging and meal packages available.
Visit lakejunaluska.com/peace or call 800-222-4930.
The Interfaith Peace Conference at Lake Junaluska is an ongoing response to God’s call to peacemaking and reconciliation. Affirming the community of Abrahamic faiths, the Peace Conference seeks to work in partnership with Christians, Jews, Muslims, and members of other religious traditions to advance the work of reconciliation and peace.