Standing Together for Human Dignity, Justice, Compassion, Wisdom - Yesterday's Wisdom: Today's World

Free and Open to the Public but Registration is Required!

Yesterday's Wisdom: Today's World explores how current realities might benefit form wisdom teachings of the past. Great minds from all traditions have emphasized the critical role that knowledge plays in maintaining a just society and impersonal satisfaction. An interfaith panel will be followed by small group dialogue.

  • Panelists: The Rev. Alfredo Feregrino, Episcopal Priest and Mission Developer, Our Lady of Guadalupe Episcopal Church, Seattle

  • Rabbi Yohanna Kinberg, Senior Rabbi, Congregation Kol Ami, Woodinville

  • Mohamed El-Sharkawy, Member, Muslim Association of Puget Sound (MAPS) and Professor, University of Washington

This session of Standing Together is the second in a five-session series at various Westside locations. Click here for more information, including information about future sessions and related readings. 

Sponsored by: Muslim Association of Puget Sounds (MAPS) and The Church Council of Greater Seattle

Endorsed by: Temple De Hirsch Sinai, Pacifica Institute, Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry, Bear Creek United Methodist Church, Congregation Kol Ami, Kadima Deconstructionist Jewish Community, Congregation Kol HaNeshamah, Faith Action Network (FAN), Living Interfaith Church, Temple Beth Am, and Call of Compassion NW