The migration of Moses: crossing borders and religions

This interdenominational panel will center on the story of Passover and looks at its importance from Judaic, Christian, and Islamic traditions. Along with members of local religions, we hope to answer the question: how does the story of Passover inform and teach across religious traditions? As part of our Untold Stories: Migrations series, this panel will examine the story of the migration of Moses in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. 

SPECIAL GUESTS: Rabbi Darí Feiguin Rabbi Darí Feiguin and his wife, Yudi, joined Congregation Kol Shalom in November 2019. With years of experience building dynamic Jewish communities in Argentina and Costa Rica, Darío and Yudi both bring fresh, exciting perspective, joyful optimism and profound Jewish soul to our community. Sheelan Abdullah Sheelan Abdullah is originally from the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Her family came to America in 1992 as refugees fleeing from Saddam Hussein’s genocide against the Kurds. She is a member of the Islamic Center of Kitsap County, the first and only mosque in all of Kitsap County.

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