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OR: Monthly Interfaith Prayer & Reflection Service


You and your loved ones are cordially invited to join us as we observe the 5th anniversary of the monthly Interfaith Prayer & Reflection Service (IP&RS) with an uplifting, prayerful service dedicated to assisting us all in finding common ground between all the uniquely beautiful inhabitants of this God created planet.

WHAT: 5th Anniversary of the Monthly Interfaith Prayer & Reflection Service
WHEN: Wednesday, October 11, 2006; Prelude Music 6:45 p.m., Service 7 p.m.
WHERE: First Christian Church, 166 Oak Street, Eugene, Oregon
THEME: Sacred Sounds Praising the Divine

During this service the Reverend Dan Bryant and First Christian Church and Vida Ellins of the Eugene Bahá’í community will be honored for their selfless effort in creating this interfaith tradition in Eugene.

The first monthly Interfaith Prayer & Reflection Service was held on October 11, 2001. There has been a service on the 11th of every month since that first service. Today, a team of 12 volunteer coordinators of diverse cultural backgrounds representing the Bahá’í, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islamic, Jewish, Native American, Sikh and Universal Unitarian faith traditions plan these monthly services. Every attempt is made to reach out to and include other faith traditions on the monthly programs.

Reliable, free child care is provided. The service is wheelchair accessible. Audio devices for the hearing impaired are also provided. A tea and fellowship period follows the service.

The service is free. Love offering donations are accepted. Love offering baskets are located inside the church.


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