Interfaith Understanding in Israel and Palestine

By The Rev. Anna Rossi

Wednesday, January 29

The Israeli/Palestinian conflict is among the most intractable in modern history. The “peace deal” put forth by the White House offers dim hope for a just and lasting resolution to the conflict. Whatever the shape of a just solution, it must involve dialogue and compromise by all parties, to bring about peace and security for all people in the region.

At Grace this is the year of building bridges — bridges toward justice, reconciliation and mutual understanding. Work with us to strengthen understanding between these two ancient faiths.

Explore the Israeli/Palestinian conflict with Grace

Sunday, February 2 at 9:30 p.m. The Forum with Dr. Rani Jaeger, the head of the Ritual Center at the Shalom Hartman Institute on the current political climate in Israel and Palestine, and how the U.S. plays a part. Dr. Jaeger is a guest preacher at the 11 a.m. Eucharist. Free and open to all.

Wednesday, February 12 at 6:30 p.m. Combatants for Peace: An Interfaith Workshop at the World Affairs Council, an evening of honest and thoughtful discussion with Bay Area interfaith clergy leaders, along with two CfP activists — one from Israel, one from Palestine — to participate in a discussion about the impact of the work being done by activists to bring about peace and civil society in Israel and Palestine. Co-sponsored by Combatants for Peace, Grace Cathedral and World Affairs Council. Free but RSVP.

Friday, July 3 to Monday, July 13: 2020 Holy Land Pilgrimage, a transformative pilgrimage to the Holy Land, led by the Rev. Canon Mark Stanger.

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