A senseless act of murder.
Three people injured.
"We are strong.
We are united.
They can't break us."
Not my words.
The words of Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein to his congregation AFTER he was shot.
Gather in our Chabad House to
* Honor the deceased
* Pray for the wounded
* Show solidarity with Chabad of Poway
The New England Holocaust Memorial, 98 Union St, Boston, MA 02129, USA
Please join the Boston Jewish Community and Governer Charlie and Lauren Baker, in solidarity with Chabad of Poway for a memorial service at The New England Holocaust Memorial today, Sunday April 28th at 4:30 pm.
Local dignitaries and Jewish leaders will be in attendance.
(The New England Holocaust Memorial is located in Carmen Park on Congress Street near Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market.
The Memorial is accessible by public transportation, walking distance (about 5-10 minutes) from the Haymarket MBTA station on the Green and Orange lines; Government Center on the Blue and Green Lines; and... Read more about Chabad of Poway Solidarity Gathering
The Islamic Center of New England invites you to our 3rd Annual Open Mosque Day! All are welcome to join us. Our doors are always open to those interested in learning more about our faith. This event is being held across many mosques throughout Massachusetts, and we are encouraging everyone to participate with us!
Join us for conversations, food, and fun! Feel free to ask questions and learn more about Islam - educational materials will be provided for those interested. We invite you with open arms, and ask you to bring your friends and family as well!
An extended dialogue among local and visiting panelists with diverse individual approaches to Islam.
Eman Akam: A Sudanese-origin HMS/MGH post-doc with a PhD in chemistry and a passion for science, education, outreach, and the advancement and equal representation of marginalized communities in STEM fields. She will be speaking about implicit bias and the status of women in Islam.
Said Benjebli: A seasoned and influential Moroccan-born human rights activist blogger/vlogger with a degree in Islamic studies, working to synthesizing ideas from around the world into a new enlightened... Read more about Muslimish Boston Conference: Modern Islam Between Reform and Renunciation
Powderhouse Park, Broadway & College Ave, Somerville, MA 02144, United States
Join us Saturday April 27, 2019, 12:00 pm for our Open Beltane Maypole Ritual !!! Rain Date will be Sunday April 28, 2019 at 12:00 pm.
We will be gathering at the Powderhouse Park (on the hill) which is located at the corner of Broadway & College Ave, just .5 mile from the Davis Square T Station.
Come get your Faery Frolic On! Gather with us to celebrate the height of Spring, the greening of the Earth and the magic of life at full bloom! We will dance the Maypole and crown our May King & Queen in celebration of the generative powers of the Goddess and God and the joy of the unity we... Read more about Open Beltane Ritual
We know and understand each other best by truly listening to each other's stories. Listen to a diverse panel of area Muslims reflect on what it means to them to be Muslim. What do they want us to know about their lives of faith? First we'll set these stories in the context of Islam in American history and present times. And then, in small-group conversations, all of us, Muslim and non, will get to share our own stories of living our faiths as who we are. All are welcome—join us! This event is hosted by Hartford Seminary, CCIU - CT Council for Interreligious Understanding, and St. Patrick... Read more about Being Muslim in America: An Honest Conversation
Join Buddhist Chaplain Venerable Priya Sraman and Muslim Chaplain Celene Ibrahim for a conversation and exploration of full moon practices in Islamic and Buddhist traditions.
Do you have a spiritual or cultural practice that is connected with the full moon or with the moon more generally? Are you curious to hear how people of different backgrounds find meaning in the symbolism of the moon? Join us! All are welcome. A light dinner will be provided.
This event is hosted by Tufts University and takes place at Goddard Chape
In the Arab-American neighborhood outside of Chicago where director Assia Boundaoui grew up, most of her neighbors think they have been under surveillance for over a decade. While investigating their experiences, Assia uncovers tens of thousands of pages of FBI documents that prove her hometown was the subject of one of the largest counterterrorism investigations ever conducted in the U.S. before 9/11, code-named “Operation Vulgar Betrayal.” With unprecedented access, The Feeling of Being Watched weaves the personal and the political as it follows the filmmaker’s examination of why her... Read more about "The Feeling of Being Watched" Film Screening
Thursdays, March 28, April 4, and April 11 // 7-8:30pm
Office of BGLTQ Student Life, Grays Hall Ground Level
How does the Bible speak to the life experiences of BGLTQ people? Join the Office of BGLTQ Student Life for a three-part Bible discussion series that will read the Bible from a queer-affirming perspective.
Refreshments provided! Led by Harvard Divinity School students Aric Flemming and Ciarra Jones