Join Hillel for their second annual Coexistence Shabbat, gathering together people from all faiths and backgrounds. We will have a chance to talk with people from different religions, learn about each other, and most importantly - enjoy a free dinner!People from all backgrounds and faiths are welcome! 6:45—Happy Hour
7:15—Services (optional). A special instructed service will be led for people who are interested to learn the basics of the Jewish service.
You are welcome to join part of the evening or all of it!
The event is co-sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Episcopal Student Center, Labyrinth Progressive Student Ministry, The Lutheran Campus Ministry, UT Muslim Students' Association, Texas Hillel, and the University Catholic Center.
The event is generously funded by the Avi Schaefer Fund, in memory of Avi Schaefer, a student at Brown University who fought for coexistence his whole life. Avi was killed four years ago by a drunk driver at the age of 21.
Friday, April 4, 2014 at 5:45pm to 8:30pm