Devotional Gathering – Neighbor Love
SATURDAY, SEPT 30 @ 1:30PM - All are welcome at this art-filled interfaith gathering that unites us around the mystery of life and the gifts of being together.
Saturday, Sept 30 - 1:30-3:30pm
The Ice House Performing Arts Center
This event is FREE to attend. Reservations are strongly encouraged!RESERVE
Joining with interfaith representatives of those who belong to a faith community (or not), we unite around the mystery of life in gratitude, and in the pursuit of peace, beauty, and justice. Bring a neighbor to this beautiful event featuring music, prayers, poetry, dance, and wisdom stories, followed by refreshments and conversation.
The Broughal Middle School Singers
Dancers from the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts
Musicians, poets, and readers from many Faith Communities including:
Native American, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Baha’i,
Hindu, Taoist, Buddhist, Sufi, and Sikh
Co-sponsored by the Lehigh Conference of Churches Interfaith Action Committee
WHAT TO EXPECT
An afternoon gathering with poetry, music, and gratitude – all are welcome!
FOOD & DRINK: Complimentary juice and bread from different faiths/cultures will be provided.
VENUE: The Charles A. Brown Ice House – 56 River St., Bethlehem, PA 18018.
RUN TIME: 1 hour and 15 minutes, but the audience is invited to stay for conversation after the event ends.
PARKING: Free parking is available immediately adjacent to the Ice House, with additional metered parking in the Lehigh Street Lot across from the Wooden Match (61 W. Lehigh Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018).
ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION: Accessible seating and restrooms are available. Parking is available in designated handicap spots next to the venue. Theatrical ASL Interpretation will be available for this performance, provided by Carl Mallard & Susane Morekin. Please contact us at (610) 867-1689 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or would like to request designated seating.
BEFORE THE EVENT: We recommend dropping by Venture X (306 South New St.) between 12-2pm to experience Alexander Khimushin’s The World In Faces photography exhibit, featured at the United Nations in Geneva, UNESCO Paris, and the Council Of Europe in Strasbourg. More info here!
[Image description: A close up on the slat of an aged wooden fence. A white chalk heart has been drawn on it. Peeking through the gaps in the fence is the light from the sun and some greenery.]