Please click the link above In the middle of Allentown at the Jewish Community Center of the Lehigh Valley, a potpourri of people of all beliefs got together to talk about, not their differences, but their similarities. This, the annual dinner hosted by the Lehigh 
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Interfaith dinner to focus on ‘the water we share’ By Stephanie Smartschan JFLV Director of Community Development & Operations The Lehigh Dialogue Center is partnering with the Sierra Club Pennsylvania Chapter, the Jewish Federation of the Lehigh Valley and the Lehigh Conference of Churches to 
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Bethlehem Interfaith Group (BIG) which LDC is also one of the founding partners, organized the first Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration Program on the 17th day of November. The theme was “immigration” and speakers told the audience their own stories. Participants had a table discussion on the 
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On the 10th day of November Lehigh Dialogue Center held ‘Holy Birthday of Prophet Muhammed (phub)’ program. Keystone speaker of the program was Dr. Resit Haylamaz. Kids contributed to the program with their songs and performances.
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We held our Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner on Sunday Temple Covenant of Peace.People from Baha’i, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim communities came together.We are pleased to announce that during the event which we aimed to raise awareness, $600 + many personal care items were raised for 
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In Dialogue Series program, this term our topic was ‘Nones’. We had great speakers representing Christian, Jews, Muslims and Nones. We learned a lot and had great discussions.
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More Americans are answering “NONE” when asked for their religious identities. Why? What’s happening now? What may this mean for the future of “Traditional Religions” and for society?  Our Fall Dialogue series seeks to be a frank and respectful discussion among persons who are “Nones” 
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The 10th Annual Cultural Celebration Day at the Capitol was held on September 23, 2019. This years theme was America Welcomes You! New comers, new hopes.. Attendees had chance to experience, learn and enjoy wonders of various cultures. There were traditional dances, music, art and 
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