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Sunday, December 6 • 12:40pm - 1:25pm
Daughters of Abraham Book Club: How an Interfaith Book Group Leads to Greater Peace and Understanding

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Born out of the ashes of 9-11, the Daughters of Abraham Book Clubs bring Jewish, Christian and Muslim women together to deepen our knowledge and understanding of faith. The books we choose increase our respect for all of the Abrahamic traditions, and build relationships among us. Come hear how membership has had an impact on us and on our communities--and how you, too, may join a group.


Ellen Krause-Grosman

Ellen Krause-Grosman has been a member of Daughters of Abraham for 4 years. Her family has hosted more than 30 Christian, Muslim and Buddhist foreign students. She worked on the WGBH film "The Buddha in LA" as part of the Harvard Pluralism Project. She has visited religious communities... Read More →

Maryam Sharieff

Maryam Sharieff has been a member of Daughters of Abraham for many years. Maryam is the Muslim chaplain at Brandeis University. She received her Masters in Divinity from Harvard University and was a fellow at Hebrew College and Andover-Newton Theological Seminiary.

Marian Smith

Marian has been a member of Daughters of Abraham for five years. She studied in the Clinical Pastoral Education program at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. Marian is an avid supporter of Kids4Peace Boston, an organization that brings together Jewish, Muslim, and Christian youth from... Read More →

Sunday December 6, 2015 12:40pm - 1:25pm
Classroom 10 Congregation Mishkan Tefila 300 Hammond Pond Pkwy Chestnut Hill, MA 02564

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