ABRAHAM

Out of One, Many

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ABRAHAM: Out of One, Many is an art exhibit focusing on what we have in common because of our ancestor in faith, Abraham, and what we can learn from the life and faith of Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar about living together more harmoniously. The exhibit features art by three globally acclaimed Middle Eastern contemporary artists - one each from Christian, Muslim, and Jewish faith traditions. Each artist has contributed five paintings that focus on five specific themes from Abraham's life that can guide us today in our world. The artists are interpreting these themes for our contemporary context.

 The Boston installation of this exhibit is a collaborative project of the
Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Central Reform Temple, Emmanuel Church, and the Jumah Muslim Prayer gathering.

 
 
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EXHIBIT Opening, October 27, 2019 4 pm!

An artistic exploration on living harmoniously, inspired by Abraham; the common ancestor of three globally acclaimed contemporary Middle Eastern artists from Muslim, Christian and Jewish traditions.

From October 28 through December 6, the exhibit will be open to the public from 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Fridays. Weekend hours will vary: Call ahead


Docent led tours

We are putting the finishing touches to the exhibit and we will include docent led tours. Group visits to the exhibit can be arranged through scheduling ahead of time. Please contact Roger Lovejoy

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Sundays 2:30 PM  Nov 10 & 17  Dec 1 & 8

Sundays 2:30 PM

Nov 10 & 17

Dec 1 & 8

Sarah & Hagar Book Group

All are welcome to an interfaith book study of  Hagar, Sarah, and Their Children: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives, which will gather at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston, on the afternoons of November 10 and 17 and December 1 and 8. Check your local book store for a copy or order a copy here.

Jane Redmont will co-host with with a female faith leader from a different Abrahamic tradition each week. You are encouraged to come for the whole series, but if you can only come to a few sessions, please do!

The cathedral is at 138 Tremont St., Boston, across the street from the Park Street T stop.

Doors open at 2:30 pm each Sunday for tea/coffee and conversation.

Book study starts promptly at 3 pm and ends at 4 pm. Please sign-up here.