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Third Interfaith Day of Thanks

day_of_thanks2011Sunday, November 13, 2011
5:00 – 8:30 PM

Baha’i Center, 21415 Cardinal Glen Circle
Sterling VA 20164

The community is invited to join the congregations of Loudoun Interfaith BRIDGES for an Interfaith Day of Thanks. We acknowledge and celebrate the cultural and religious diversity in Loudoun County. We are thankful for the openness and acceptance of our religious and cultural diversity. We come together in thanks to highlight successful interfaith and multicultural programs and leaders in Loudoun County.

Music will be provided by Unity of Loudoun, Congregation Sha’are Shalom – Laurie Mangold, song with guitar, Unitarian Universalists of Sterling, ADAMS Center – Naeem Muhammad, drumming, song with guitar, Baha’is of Loudoun County – Lory Darnell-Gustafson, song with keyboard, Sikh Community — musical presentation, Beth Chaverim Reform Congregation. BRIDGES will also present an Adult Award to a citizen of Loudoun County who has put forth exemplary effort to promote peace and understanding among diverse faiths.

Registration is required.

Send check or money order payable to BRIDGES to PO Box 6165, Leesburg, VA 20178, or purchase tickets with Paypal:

Ticket prices: 15.00/adult, 10.00/child under 12, 40.00/family of four or more.

5th Annual Interfaith Picnic

picnic2011_colorPrayer & Performances to inspire & celebrate interfaith awareness & understanding in beautiful Loudoun County

Sunday, June 26th 2011, 2-6pm, Rain or shine

Franklin Park Pavilion
17501 Franklin Park Dr, Purcellville, VA 20132

(When you turn in to the park, drive to the stop sign at the end of the road. Our picnic shelter will be directly in front of you. Turn left to head into the parking lot.)


  • Welcome & Invocation
  • Potluck Dinner
  • Prayers, Performances & Children’s Activities

All families from Loudoun Interfaith BRIDGES faith communities are invited | Please bring a dish for the potluck dinner | Please bring non-perishable food items and back-to-school supplies which BRIDGES will donate to Loudoun Interfaith Relief.

Sponsored by BRIDGES’ Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Quaker, Sikh & Unitarian congregations and BRIDGES associates.