by Tri-Faith Initiative Contact
Saturday, Oct 17, 2020 6:30pm
13136 Faith Plaza ,Omaha
Beacon of Hope: Tri-Faith Center Virtual Grand Opening
Saturday, October 17
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM CDT
Honoring past, present, and future, Beacon of Hope will celebrate the opening of the Tri-Faith Center as a safe haven for dialogue, prayer, and friendship-building.
Please join us as we celebrate the fulfillment of Tri-Faith’s original mission: to intentionally co-locate a synagogue, church, mosque, and interfaith center on one shared commons.
RSVP Deadline: Monday, October 12 at 12:00 PM CDT
RSVP now to reserve your Grand Opening Celebration Box, adding to the festivities. Celebration Boxes may be picked up, delivered, or shipped.
Celebration Boxes include:
- Special issue of Omaha Magazine celebrating Tri-Faith - Ceremonial candle
- Pocket Blessing - 3D model of the Tri-Faith Commons - Commemorative Tri-Faith wind chime (Patron Boxes only)
THIS SPECIAL EVENING WILL INCLUDE:
Pre-Show Greetings and Tributes - 6:30 PM CDT
The Beacon of Hope Pre-Show will feature blessings, greetings, and tributes of joy and hope from Tri-Faith supporters in Omaha and around the world.
Original Performance: One More Chair - 7:00 PM CDT
Written by Beaufield Berry-Fisher, One More Chair is a pandemic-era play honoring and commemorating Tri-Faith Initiative’s completion of our mission to co-locate. It is a comedy with heart and history exploring the depths and differences of our human village.
Connecting Conversations - 7:30 PM CDT
Following the performance of One More Chair, facilitators will lead small groups in Connecting Conversations to keep the momentum going.
The Tri-Faith Initiative is a unique and ambitious project in the field of interfaith relations in design, scale, and scope. It brings together into permanent residency a synagogue, church, mosque, and interfaith center on one 38-acre campus in the middle of America’s heartland. By its very model it challenges people of faith and goodwill to be conscious and proactive about the assets of faith in civil life in a religiously pluralistic society. The Tri-Faith Initiative aims to create a more inclusive culture in which religious pluralism is socially normative. The Tri-Faith Initiative is made up of three Abrahamic faith groups who have chosen to be in relationship together as neighbors on one campus, committed to practicing respect, acceptance and trust. Our three members are of the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic faiths: Temple Israel, Countryside Community Church (UCC), and The American Muslim Institute.
13136 Faith Plaza
Omaha, NE 68144