Fourth Avenue UMC hosts upcoming Interfaith Panels
posted on September 08
Fourth Avenue UMC is hosting a series of four panels on Islam and Christianity. All are welcome to attend!
The Salaam Network is an interfaith group of educators, peacemakers, artists, and supporters from a wide range of backgrounds. The Network is committed to building bridges of understanding and harmony from a knowledge-based foundation. The word salaam is an Arabic word that means peace, good will, and wholeness.
This series is being cosponsored by the 4th Avenue United Methodist Church, Central Presbyterian Church, Guiding Light Islamic Center and the St. Williams Catholic Community and The Cathedral of the Assumption.
Time: September 10, 17, 24, and Oct. 1, 2017 from 3:00-4:30 pm
Venue: 4th Avenue United Methodist Church, 318 W. St. Catherine, Louisville, KY 40203
(Please enter via St Catherine St door. The event is in the Parlor.)
Sunday, September 10
PANEL-PRESENTATION: PROPHET ABRAHAM AND HIS LEGACY - JEWISH, CHRISTIAN AND ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVES
Presenters: Dr. Shannon Craigo-Snell, Dr. Natalie Polzer, Dr. Derek Penwell, and
Dr. Riffat Hassan Moderator: Dr. Charles Brockwell
Sunday, September 17
PANEL-PRESENTATION: MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS IN DIALOGUE IN EARLY ISLAM
Presenters: Dr. Bradley Bowman and Dr. Gregory Hutcherson
Moderator: Dr. Donna T. Morton
Sunday, September 24
CONTRIBUTIONS OF ISLAM TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION
Presenter: Dr. Saleem Seyal Moderator: The Reverend D. Mark Baridon
Sunday, October 1
PANEL PRESENTATION: MUSLIM STUDENT LIFE IN LOUISVILLE TODAY
Panel of Muslim Students Moderator: Dr. Bradley Bowman
Louisville, KY 40203