Join us for a dynamic program on Sunday, November 15th at 2:30pm in which we will explore "Pope Francis's Vision from an Interfaith Perspective".
Pope Francis galvanized Americans of every faith during his recent visit to the Unitied States.
Join us as we examine his words and find our common goals during a panel discussion between our own Rabbi Lisa Eiduson, Pastor Donald Larsen of St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church in Sudbury and Father Richard Erikson of Our Lady of Fatima Church in Sudbury.
This program is free and open to the public.
If you have any questions, please contact CBT's Interfaith Outreach Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-sponsored by the CBT Interfaith Outreach and Adult Learning Committees.
Congregation B’nai Torah welcomes interfaith families, Jews by choice and those considering conversion. All members including non-Jewish family members are treated as full members of our congregation and as such may participate in all aspects of congregational life. We want all of our members regardless of faith to feel comfortable and know that they are a valued part of our community.
The Interfaith Committee was established to provide a channel for families to address interfaith issues and to provide a support system for interfaith families. The Interfaith Committee meets approximately once a month and works to develop programs for interfaith families, families with intermarried/dating children, Jews by choice and those considering conversion. Please contact us with any questions or issues so that we may assist you. The committee and all programs are open to all members of the congregation.
For more information, contact Interfaith Committee coordinators Patty Bleicher and Elissa Nystedt at email@example.com.