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Table of Contents:
- ING Speaker Delivers “Myth-Busting” Program at South San Francisco Basque Center
- Testimonial after Chaplain Training at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital
- This Saturday: ING Webinar on Islam and Neo-Atheism
- Featured Events from ING’s Interfaith Allies Program, Including Some This Weekend
ING Speaker Delivers “Myth-Busting” Program
at South San Francisco Basque Center
Testimonial after Chaplain Training at Zuckerberg
San Francisco General Hospital
Following a training for chaplains at San Francisco General Hospital last Tuesday, ING received the following testimonial: “I want to offer my deepest gratitude for your presentation with our department and some other providers this week. I have received an overwhelming amount of feedback from folks about how helpful your presentation was. I have heard repeatedly how amazed people were at how much they learned in an hour and a half. I am so grateful for you coming all the way to the city to help teach the chaplains to serve Muslim patients here at the hospital better. I was on the floor today and was able to apply elements of what you shared with the patients and do some education with staff. I really can’t thank you enough for what you offered us this week. Deep bows of gratitude.”
This Saturday, ING Webinar on Islam and Neo-Atheism
Featured Events from ING’s Interfaith Allies Program, Including Some This Weekend
Getting to Know American Muslims and Their Faith
Saturday, March 19th, 2:00 PM in Santa Cruz
ING Chief Executive Officer Maha Elgenaidi will present our core presentation Getting to Know American Muslims and their Faith, which describes the basic beliefs and practices of Muslims and gives a brief overview of their history and of notable Muslims today.
Mary, Hagar, Sarah, and Their Sons:
A Muslim-Christian Conversation
Sunday, March 20, 1:00 – 3:00 pm in Alamo
Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory – Muslim, Jewish, and Christian Poetry from the Convivencia
Thursday, March 31st, 7:00 PM in Los Gatos
The art project “Birds of Longing: Exile and Memory” interweaves Muslim, Jewish, and Christian poetry and spiritual texts from the period of the Convivencia in Spain. ING Chief Executive Officer Maha Elgenaidi will participate on an interfaith panel reflecting on the artwork and texts.