Sun, Sep 11|
Queens University and Myers Park Baptist
SACRED THREADS: The Complex Tapestry of Jewish-Christian Relations
A ½ day conference revisiting and reflecting on Nostra Aetate, the 1965 declaration of the church with non-Christian relations.
Time & Location
Sep 11, 2022, 12:15 PM – 7:00 PM
Queens University and Myers Park Baptist, 1900 Queens Rd, Charlotte, NC 28207
About the Event
MeckMIN is a partner in organizing Sacred Threads: The Complex History of Interfaith Dialogue on September 11 at Queens University and Myers Park Baptist Church.
Eminent scholars will discuss Vatican II/Nostre Aetate and the influence of the Catholic Church in combatting antisemitism and Islamophobia, and attendees will discuss strategies for enhancing interfaith conversation in small groups. Nationally-known musicians, will open and close creatively with uplifting music and will debut their original composition based on Nostra Aetate. As seating is limited, the program is also available virtually. Please consider attending this outstanding program.
Scholars include: • Dr. Adrian Bird, Union Presbyterian Seminary, Charlotte, NC • Dr. Hadia Mubarak, Queens University of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC • Dr. Malka Simkovich, Catholic Theological Union, Chicago, IL • Dr. Matthew Tapie, Center for Catholic-Jewish Studies, St. Leo College • A keynote will be delivered by Dr. Peter Ochs, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA • Featuring original musical composition on Nostra Aetate Beth Schafer, Bunzl Family Cantorial Chair at Temple Sinai in Atlanta and Jewish composer and musician and Reverend Ricky Manalo, CSP, Catholic Composer and Theologian
*Registration required: https://engage.queens.edu/register/nostraaetatefall2022
For further information, click here: https://www.stangreensponcenter.org/2022/05/27/sacred-threads-the-complex-tapestry-of-interfaith-relations/