One Nation, One Voice:
Commemorating the 10th Anniversary of 9/11
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2011
Islamic Center of Southern California
434 S. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90020
—– This event is composed of 3 parts: —–
1. YOUTH SERVICE PROJECT AT THE POLICE ACADEMY
Check-in 7:30am, bus leaves Center at 7:45am & returns at 10am.
RSVP by 9/8 at 5pm to email@example.com.
2. “HONORING AMERICA’S BRAVEST” 10am – 11am
A forum honoring members from the LAPD, Sheriff’s & Fire departments
SPECIAL GUEST: KEVIN JAMES
Muslim NYC firefighter who responded to the 9/11 attacks
3. HEALTH FAIR & FOOD PANTRY 10am – 1pm
Help us distribute food and health care services.
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The Guibord Center presents
Finding Hope in the Holy
A Celebration of Hope rooted in the sacred texts of our many faith traditions
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011 AT 2PM
St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral
514 West Adams Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90007
On September 11, 2001 when innocence fell from the sky, thousands of lives were taken. On September 11, 2011 “Finding Hope in the Holy” will move us from tears of sorrow and loss to a fount of overflowing wisdom as found in our sacred texts.
-The Rev. Dr. Gwynne Guibord speaking on the upcoming 911 observance sponsored by The Guibord Center and faith-based organizations across Los Angeles.
Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace (ICUJP) presents
The Urgency of 9/11/11:
Challenging U.S. War Making
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2011 AT 7PM
All Saints Church
132 N. Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, California, 91101
Sponsor the event & buy tickets to pre-event cocktails with the panelists.
Tickets to the main event are free, but please register.
Accomplished jazz musician Bill Cunliffe, his band and singers will lead us in great songs of Peace. A distinguished panel of interfaith leaders will confront the agonizing realities of the wars and violence visited on the world these past ten years – killing, wounding and displacing millions of people, destroying countries and costing trillions of dollars – and explore how people of faith and conscience can help repair communities here and abroad and create paths to peace, justice and reconciliation.
Hussam Ayloush, Executive Director, Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Reverend Carissa Baldwin, Peace and Justice Associate, All Saints Church
Rabbi Leonard Beerman, Leo Baeck Temple, Los Angeles
Reverend Louis Chase, Pastor, Hamilton United Methodist Church
Rabbi Laura Geller, Temple Emmanuel, Beverly Hills
Aziza Hasan, Gov’t Affairs Director, Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC)
Moderated by Reverend Dr. George F. Regas, Founder of ICUJP and Rector Emeritus of All Saints Church