The Interfaith Cafe promotes interfaith dialogue, awareness, and understanding by uniting people of different faiths in conversation. The Interfaith Cafe is open to people of all faith traditions and to those with no formal faith who would like to participate in dialogue in a peaceful and respectful way with openness and without judgement.
Each month we have a presentation and a discussion about pertinent topics while we enjoy light refreshments.
The Interfaith Cafe is a program of the Interfaith Coalition of South Palm Beach County.
If we expect nations not to war and have mutual respect, should not the religions of the world be setting the example? Should not the religions of the world be the first to show mutual respect? Should not the religions of the world be the first to tear down the walls between them?
Fritz Aufdencamp will talk about his experiences with the walls surrounding Christianity during his time as a Lutheran cleric.
Ordained Lutheran Minister
Graduated from the Evangelical Lutheran Seminary in Columbus, Ohio 1967.
Served congregations in Columbus, Ohio, Townsend, Montana, Cobb, Wisconsin and Butler, Pa.
Tried three times for heresy with the last trial held at the Headquarters of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of American in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Arrive early to enjoy coffee or tea and to socialize. You are welcome to donate a dessert to share. Small cash donations to help defray our expenses, such as room rental, are also appreciated!
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