In light of recent attacks on members of our local Jewish community, Arizona Interfaith Movement (AZIFM) reminds people in Arizona and around the world that the Golden Rule is part of our common understanding — may it be a guidepost for our actions rather than hate or violence.
AZIFM’s vision is a world of harmony, good will and peace among persons of all faiths where the Golden Rule is a universal way of life. Our mission is to build bridges of understanding, respect, and support among diverse people of faith through education, dialogue, service and the implementation of the Golden Rule.
To become more involved or increase your understanding we invite you to our next Community Faith Forum, focusing on Civility,
Title: “Faith AFTER the Elections”
When: Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Time: 7:00pm to 8:30 p.m.,
Where: AZ Jewish Historical Society, 122 East Culver Street, Phoenix, Arizona.
Program – Our panelists will share briefly, followed by Q & A. We’d like to thank our panelists:
– Celeste Plumlee, Unitarian Universalist – former elected official for Tempe
– David Lujan, a former elected official
– Carlos Galindo-Elvira, Jewish – director AZ region of Anti-Defamation League
– Saud Inam, Muslim – New Administrator for the Tempe Islamic Center
Moderator: Rev. Dr. Mitzi Lynton
For More information, please see “Faith Forums” under the EVENTS tab, www.azifm.org