In addition to our Shabbat services and a family education program this week, you’re also invited to an Interfaith Vegetarian Potluck Dinner co-sponsored by the Center for Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations at Merrimack College and the North Parish Unitarian Universalist congregation of North Andover.
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Interfaith Community Event: “Can I Sit at Your Table” Interfaith Vegetarian Potluck Dinner
Sunday, January 22, 5-7pm
North Parish Unitarian Universalist Church
190 Academy Road, North Andover, MA
Community-building dialogue dinner for our friends in the Merrimack Valley. Open to people of all faiths, and of secular belief. Family friendly; children are welcome!
Each table will have a facilitator and suggested questions for conversation and telling our personal stories. Participants will receive guidelines for interfaith dialogue in advance and vegetarian recipes as needed.
Please complete the Registration Form. You will receive a confirmation e-mail within 48 hours. If we are full you will be added to a waitlist. You may register up to two adults with this form. Please note this event will be managed via email and you will be added to a list to receive updates. If you choose to unsubscribe you will not receive updates. You will be asked to contribute a vegetarian dish (entree, side/salad, or dessert) so we can ensure comfort and safety around religious dietary restrictions. Please avoid using alcohol (including extracts) in cooking. Recipes are available.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations at Merrimack College and the North Parish Unitarian Universalist congregation of North Andover.
Erev Shabbat Services
Friday, January 20, 7:30pm
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Religious School and Family Education Program
Sunday, January 22
This family education program about Shabbat and Havdallah is meant for students and their adults! Please plan for at least one parent or guardian to attend, and also please plan to attend the Pajama Havdallah the following Saturday, January 28, at 4:45pm) which is the concluding piece of the program.
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