“Recognizing the imperative need for dialogue among different faiths and religions in enhancing
mutual understanding, harmony and cooperation among people”, The United Nations passed
a resolution designating the first week of February each year as World Interfaith Harmony Week. In conjunction, World Interfaith Harmony Breakfasts are forming around the globe.
Please join us for the first annual World Interfaith Harmony Breakfast at Scarritt-Bennett on Wednesday, February 2nd from 8am--10am.
The Tennessee Interfaith Harmony Breakfast honors the religious impulse without promoting any specific religion. Our goal is simple: to offer a safe haven for spiritual conversation. A place where friendships are forged through sharing food and questions and where community is grounded in hospitality, contemplative practice, and conversation.
BREAKING BREAD; BREAKING BARRIERS
Scarritt-Bennett Center (Bennett Hall) 1008 19th Ave S, Nashville, TN 37212
Complimentary parking is available in Scarritt-Bennett parking lot B,
accessible from 18th Ave S
$15 (includes program and breakfast)
Rabbi Rami Shapiro, director of Scarritt Bennett’s Wisdom House and co-founder of World Interfaith Harmony Breakfasts “THE REAL PROMISE OF INTERFAITH DIALOGUE”
Karen Renée Robb with New Day (Kevin Schlatt, Brent Kimbro and Dawn-joy Thornton), Yvonne Smith, and Sheikh Mohammad Jamal.
Immediately following the breakfast, Scarritt Bennett will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of Wisdom House.