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January Tuesday Tabletalk

In celebration of Interfaith 2012, the first Tuesday Tabletalk will be held on Tuesday, January 17 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. at Dominican Center (DCM).
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In celebration of Interfaith 2012, the first Tuesday Tabletalk will be held on Tuesday, January 17 from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. at Dominican Center (DCM). DCM is located at 2025 Fulton Street East, Grand Rapids, MI, 49503. Parking is free and the DCM area is barrier free.

Participants will dine at round tables of six, comprised of persons from varying faith traditions. The evening will include a brief presentation on a theme common to most faith traditions, followed by discussion among dinner companions as well as large group Q and A.

The January discussion will focus on “The Spiritual Disciplines of Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving," with the following people, representing various faith traditions:  
Rabbi David Krishef - Congregation Ahavas Israel
Kamal Nuriddin - Islamic Mosque and Religious Institute
 Fred  Stella - West Michigan Hindu Temple
Sister Diane Zerfas - Dominican Center at Marywood

If you are unable to attend the January Tuesday Tabletalk, consider registering for one or more of our upcoming programs, which will run the third Tuesday of each month through May – 2012. The cost for each Tuesday Tabletalk is $10.00 and includes all fees for the program and dinner. With respect to all religious dietary customs, vegetarian meals will be served. 

Upcoming Tuesday Tabletalk topics that will occur February through May of 2012 are:
February 21, 2012:     Forgiveness
March 20, 2012:         The Role of Ritual
April 17, 2012:           Mystics and Mystical Traditions
May 15, 2012:            Origin of Life

 Pre-registration is strongly encouraged, as seating is limited.   To register, call (616) 454-1241, (Option 5); or, for online registration for the January program, visit http://dominicancenter.com/programs/program/?id=99 .

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