Interfaith Institute

 Hate has been a continuing reality across societies. As have been efforts to build understanding. Recent years have seen acts and statements of hate against various groups, including people of color, immigrants, Jews, and others. There is much that can and needs to be done to dispelling hate within realms of government, education, media, religious organizations and more. This Annual Interfaith Institute underlying goal is always to understanding across communities. At this moment it makes sense to focus our discussion specifically on hate and understanding. Attorney General Brian Frosh is a natural keynote to reflect on the efforts of our state in this area.
Or send your check, made out to Women of BHC, to WBHC Interfaith,
7401 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21208. Be sure to include your email address to receive the Zoom link a few days before the event.
Women of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation presents its annual Interfaith Institute, continuing over six decades of commitment to faith communities, sharing and learning together and developing greater relationships.
The Interfaith Institute begins with the keynote speaker, followed by responses from the panel of experts. Then small groups, led by facilitators, meet to further discuss the topic and pose questions to the morning panel at the closing session. Clergy will meet together. For more information, contact: Phyllis Lederman, 410-925-1271, or
Carol Caplan at


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