Kids4Peace: Interfaith Youth Working for Peace in Jerusalem

Top Pick May 25, 2017 Natick Free

Join Kids4Peace Boston and Kids4Peace Jerusalem for an inspiring evening about Jewish, Christian and Muslim youth working together for peace in Jerusalem.

Fifty years since the 1967 War, Jerusalem remains a tense and divided city, where another generation of youth is growing up in the shadow of failed negotiations and continued violence.

But beyond the headlines about racism and incitement, there’s another Jerusalem coming to life among the city’s teens.

Join us to learn about a fast-growing movement for peace that is connecting hundreds of Jewish, Christian and Muslim youth and their parents from all across the city, creating a community in East and West Jerusalem working together towards change.

Meet the inspiring educators of Kids4Peace and learn about their groundbreaking work to build trust, empower leaders, and inspire action. They will share their personal stories of transformation, successes & challenges of this work, and where they find hope.

7:00 pm: Light dinner & interactive activities celebrating Jerusalem, including: Interactive Jerusalem map activity, “Dabkeh” dancing and Interfaith text study “the significance of Jerusalem in the three Abrahamic faiths.”
8:00 pm: Panel with Q&A “Youth and the future of Jerusalem.”

To RSVP, click “Go.” For more info, email

Also supported by Hartford Street Presbyterian Church.

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Thursday, May 25, 2017, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Temple Israel of Natick
145 Hartford St
Natick, MA 01760

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