On August 16th, 2018 we have hosted inaugural Interfaith Discussion Group that was joined by members of various faith traditions including Judaism, Christianity, Islam and the Bahá’í Faith. Trinity, Bethlehem; Trinity, Easton; and Central Moravian Church in Bethlehem were represented. In addition to discussing the numerous 
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We have organized our 2018 Annual Ramadan Tent Dinner at Lehigh Dialogue Center. We have been joined by our community members, law enforcement officials, leaders of churches, government and non-profits. After welcome speech by our president Sait Selmanlar, guests were introduced to Ramadan by Suleyman Eris, the 
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Every year around Christmas, Lehigh Valley witnesses one the major events of Lehigh Dialogue Center – The Friendship Dinner, where people with different beliefs and religions convene to celebrate the unity of all religions. Every year, one pernicious topic is picked to be addressed through 
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“…One only needs to glance at a newspaper to see how desperately we need to spread peace…” This was what Pamela Taylor, Interfaith Choral Festival Coordinator, mentioned in her letter to Lehigh Dialogue Center when she invited us to be a part of this wonderful 
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Thanksgiving dinner, held every year close to Thanksgiving holiday, is one of the major events of Lehigh Dialogue Center where people from different religions come together to share a meal. This is especially important for promoting dialogue between individuals. The ultimate goal is to increase 
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The past two-three decades have seen a dramatic advent of technology and its proliferation all over the world. Nowadays, it is almost impossible to not have technology as a part of your life. Lehigh Dialogue Center understands the significance of possessing a skill in technology. 
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One of the most important decisions in life is choosing a career and one needs to not only be passionate about it, but actually want to do that job because a person spends a large chunk of his/her time at work. However, one needs to 
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Health is undeniably a vital part of any person’s life. Being healthy implies eating healthy, doing exercises, and visiting doctors when necessary. However, there is a lot more to it than meets the eye. A lot of red tape is involved in the Health Industry 
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Sponsored by St. Max Social Concerns Committee in collaboration with Pocono Pines Interfaith Community, “Stop the Hate”” Interfaith Vigil Against Hate Violence event took place at St. Maximilian Kolbe Parish on October 15, 2017. Lehigh Dialogue Center had the honors of taking part in this event. 
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Turkish cuisine is extremely popular for its delectable dishes and deserts. A simple mentioning of any of the dishes makes a person long for it. Turkish community in Lehigh Valley have been organizing Bake Sales for a long time now. It was one of the 
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