What would you bring in your luggage if one day you had to leave your beloved country all sudden? What would be the most important items you could not leave behind you? A pen? A toy car? A lone teaspoon or a bookmark?
The 2019 conference hosted three keynote speakers—Katie Dawson, Antonio Sacre, and Mickey Rowe—and more than fifty breakout sessions with topics ranging from Japanese Bunraku puppetry to Turkish marble painting. This year’s conference focused on creating inclusive environments for those with culturally diverse backgrounds and disabilities as well as helping students express themselves through storytelling and theater.
We are inviting you making donations to help 12000 low-income kids accessing supplies they needed for the upcoming school year. You can drop supplies anytime between 8:30-5 pm at 3780 S West Temple #200 South Salt Lake (drop them off by the door even if the door is closed) or email at email@example.com to make drop off arrangement.
A rabbi once told me that it was a descendant of Ishmael who welcomed Joseph and his family (descendants of Isaac) into Egypt, and the families remained allies and companions until a different dynasty took over. “So from the beginning, our cultures – Jews and Muslims – have actually been friends.”
A delightful Noah’s Pudding Interfaith event was held at the Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Kearns on February, 14th. Catholic Interfaith Services coordinator Janet Healy introduced Emerald Hills Institute(EHI) and its volunteers to around thirty Catholic women.
On Friday the Emerald Hills Institute Talk In Action crew made and served lunch for the remarkable people at the Volunteers of America Homeless Youth Resource Center – the councilors and young people were engaging, fun, and filled with hope, and we really enjoyed sharing a meal with new friends.