Interfaith Dialogue: Matters of Life and Death

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Hendrickson - SouthHendrickson Room
Hendrickson - NorthHendrickson Room
Thursday, October 4, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Join us for an enlightening panel discussion featuring religious leaders sharing their perspectives on important themes of life and death: life's purpose, reconciliation, care giving, illness, death, reaching a peaceful place and the lives of those left behind - all themes explored in our 5th annual One Book, One Village selection, Every Note Played by Lisa Genova. Discussion will be facilitated by Pastor Melissa Earley of First United Methodist Church.

Panelists include:
Rev. Judy Hockenberry, First Presbyterian Church
Rabbi Rob Jury, Anshe Tikvah
Nesrin Unlu, Islamic Society of the Midwest and Turkish American Society of Chicago
Marguerite O'Connor, Rissho Kosei-kai of Chicago, Buddhist Church
Deacon Tom Westerkamp, St. James Catholic Church

Presented in conjunction with the library's One Book, One Village community read. Learn more at

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10/04/2018 19:00:00 10/04/2018 20:30:00 America/Chicago Interfaith Dialogue: Matters of Life and Death Arlington Heights Memorial Library Program Hendrickson - South, Hendrickson - North,
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