Community Church of Mill Valley leaders say now is the time to have conversations on finding the path toward religious tolerance. To that end, they are hosting a “Religious Tolerance in America: Ending the Violence of Religious Prejudice” panel discussion on Sunday, Feb. 24, 4-5:30pm.
The panel includes Mark Noguchi, who was raised in and practices the teachings of Buddhism and has studied Christianity and Judaism; Matt Kahn, currently director of the American Jewish Committee in San Francisco, who has worked in interfaith organizations for much of his life; and Khadija Hansia, a Muslim, and the lead volunteer at the Islamic Center of Mill Valley. The church’s minister, Stephen Hinerman, who has taught world religions at Las Positas College for a number of years, will moderate.
The 411: Community Church of Mill Valley hosts a “Religious Tolerance in America: Ending the Violence of Religious Prejudice” panel discussion on Sunday, Feb. 24, 4-5:30pm. Free. Refreshments will be served. MORE INFO.
Admission is free. Donations appreciated. Refreshments will be served.
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