Faith Community Activities

7:30 -9 PM

Remembering Our Past to Protect Our Future

Please join to listen to the stories of a Japanese American Incarceration Camp survivor and a Holocaust Survivor. They will both talk about their experiences before and during camp and share with you a portion of their life. The events that led them to their incarceration and their survival and how these 2 stories share similarities and draw parallels to today’s current dangerous rhetoric of fear and anger toward Muslims. Promoting fear, hatred and bigotry along with wartime hysteria led to the imprisonment of both groups. The speakers will tell stories and answer questions from the audience, so we can get a better idea and empathize what it might have been like to not have a choice.  Learning from our past to protect the future.

Sunday, December 3, 2017
10 AM- 4 PM
Waterford Conference Center in Elmhurst

International conference on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

Please join on December 3rd to learn why Muslims love and follow the Prophet Muhammad, how Muslims respect and believe in all Prophets and consider that all God’s messengers brought the same message to humanity.The program is specially designed for our neighbors of various faiths. And guess what? Who said there is no such thing as a free lunch? Please register before Nov 27 to confirm your free lunch. If registered late, there will be food available for purchase.


  • Premier of a Major Exhibit about Prophet Muhammad
  • A Parallel Youth Conference
  • An exhibition by the New York University Syracuse  “A is for Arab” will be available as well
  • Talkshow, Classes, Panels & Lectures

Registration: FREE Admission!. Online Registration by Nov 27 is Required.

Thursday, December 14, 2017
7:00 PM
Congregation Solel in Highland Park

2017 Nationwide Vigil to #EndGunViolence

Sunday, January 21, 2018
1:30 PM
Oakton Community College in Skokie

Organizing for Justice: Second Justice Summit 2018

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