Together in prayer . . .


Together in peace . . .

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At this moment of history, when religious conflicts have reemerged with lethal consequences for each other and our planet,

God has given our spiritual and religious traditions the gift of time.

October, 2005 begins a Confluence of Sacred Seasons for the Abrahamic traditions, including:

Ramadan for Muslims, the High Holy Days for Jews, and World Communion Day for Christian Faiths

This spiritual gift is a unique opportunity to pray alongside each other and to work together  for peace, justice, human rights, and the healing of our wounded hearts and the earth.

Schedule of Events

Interfaith Service Celebrating Unity and Diversity Thurs, Sept. 29

7:30 PM
Columbine Room at Ft. Collins Lincoln Center
417 Meldrum
Noted speakers from all three Abrahamic Faiths will be featured and will lead an ecumenical service. All are welcome to attend.  (Refreshments to follow the service).
Information: Cheryl Beckett • 493-1495

Sojourns with Abrahamic Faith Communities

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World Communion Sunday Sunday, October 2

8:15 AM or 10:45 AM (two services)
Plymouth Congregational UCC
 916 Prospect Rd.
A global, ecumenical celebration focused around the Christian sacrament of communion. The service explains different ways communion is interpreted by various traditions. 
Information: Phil Koster • 226-0323

Shabbat Shuva Saturday, October 8

Torah Study at 9:00 AM, Service at 10:00 AM
Congregation Har Shalom
725 W. Drake Rd.
The Jewish service for “return” during the Days of Awe between Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (the Jewish Day of At-One-Ment). 
Information: Harmony Design Group223-8944

Ramadan Fast Breaking Tuesday, October 11

6:10 PM (sunset)
University Village Center
1600 W. Plum St.

Muslims will host an iftar (fast-breaking dinner) and explain the significance and practices of Ramadan.
Please bring a dish to share. (No pork and alcohol products, please.)
Information: Elisabeth Siddiqui • 221-2483.

Nationwide Fast for Reflection, Renewal & Reconciliation Thurs, Oct. 13

Join Muslims and Jews during their respective fasting seasons to observe a Nationwide Fast. We encourage all who join in to take visible steps in the world to end war and feed the poor. Arrangements can be made for participating individuals and faith communities to collect donations in the name of Ft Collins Citywide Fast to benefit the Larimer County Food Bank.
: Phil Koster • 226-0323

Youth Celebration – Flying Prayers for Peace Sunday, October 16

2:00 PM
A Place for Peace
1605 W. Mulberry St.
All are welcome to join our children in writing messages of peace, hope, love and faith and releasing them to the heavens on earth friendly balloons. 
Information: Harmony Design Group223-8944

The Ft. Collins Tent of Abraham, Hagar and Sarah coalition invites all people of faith to join together, perhaps for the first time, with neighbors and friends of different faiths for this season of observances and celebrations