Faith and Gratitude in COVID-19 by the Forward

November 23: Faith and Gratitude in the time of COVID-19 - An Interfaith Discussion

This talk will take place on Monday, November 23 at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT.


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How have different religious organizations weathered the pandemic? And what does the future hold for communities of faith? In honor of Thanksgiving, a universal day of gratitude, we hope you will join a group of young interfaith clergy, including a Father Andrew J. DeSilva, a Catholic Priest; Grant Miller, a Mennonite Pastor; and Sondos Kholaki, a Muslim Chaplain, and Rabbi Deena Gottlieb. It is sure to be a wonderful and inspiring discussion. Moderated by Jodi Rudoren.

This talk is in partnership with JCP Downtown.


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Nov 23: Faith and Gratitude in the time of COVID-19

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