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A perfect way to start the new year on this World Day of Prayer for Peace with music, readings, prayers from the world’s great religions, and a pledge of non-violence for the upcoming year. A beautiful and powerful event presented in partnership with Drepung Gomang Center for Engaging Compassion and St. William Catholic Church.
In recognition of the United Nation’s World Interfaith Harmony Week, this community interfaith peace concert features musicians from diverse faiths, cultures, and nationalities sharing their music and reflections to promote global unity, harmony, and peace. The purpose of the concert is to promote inter-religious and intercultural dialogue for global unity and peace.
A powerful evening of inspiration! Outstanding community leaders share their personal “peace recipes” on how they go about peacemaking in their lives and our world. The evening includes a reception, music, vegetarian dinner, and presentation of the Lee Thomas Peacemaker of the Year Award.
The community is invited to gather and join our Muslim friends for “Iftar” (fast-breaking meal observed during the holy month of Ramadan). The evening includes presentations by community peacemakers and a traditional Middle Eastern meal. Presented in partnership with Muslim Americans for Compassion.
This cultural, lakeside, family-friendly event features music, reflections, and traditional Lion dancers followed by the floating of lighted lanterns in the Japanese tradition to commemorate the victims of the atomic bombings and in remembrance of all loved ones.
As the major faith partner, Interfaith Paths to Peace provides the support needed in partnership with local interfaith leaders to drive the mission of this event to a successful launch. We invite you to help eliminate hunger in our community by joining the over 2,000 participants for this annual event.
A community gathering for giving thanks from all different faiths and traditions. The program begins with an interfaith Thanksgiving service followed by a vegetarian dinner created by our partners: Crescent Hill Baptist Church, Louisville Islamic Center of Compassion, and Temple Shalom.
A poignant event to raise awareness about hunger in our community and honor Bobby Ellis, a 9-year-old who died of hunger on Thanksgiving Eve in 1969. His death sparked the anti-hunger movement in Louisville that led to the creation of Dare to Care Food Bank. We gather each year for a candlelight walk and vigil at the site where Bobby lived.