A Time to Talk
Kenmore Branch Public Library - Community Room
Thursday August 31 - 630pm 1\
160 Delaware Rd. Kenmore, New York 14217
This month brought disturbing and perhaps surprising images from Charlottesville, VA and right here in our own backyard of Amherst. We also saw images of leaders, individuals, families and friends coming together to raise their voices against hatred, bigotry, and violence -- to dialogue, and to support one another.
For some of us, however, it is hard to put into words how we feel. It is hard to know what to do, where to begin; so, Nickel City Jews and the Bureau for Jewish Education invite you to gather with us to engage in a constructive dialogue with a plurality of perspectives and we will consider the role we each can play in strengthening civil discourse and society.
This will be an open interfaith conversation geared specifically towards adults in their 20s, 30s and 40s, and will be failitated by Rabbi Adam Scheldt. We encourage participants to use this gathering to talk and to listen -- to voice concerns, seek support and wisdom, challenge ideas, and to connect with one another.
NO RSVP required.
For more information please contact: Melissa Schreiber firstname.lastname@example.org