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4th Annual Universal Harmony Concert
6:30pm Sunday April 26th
First United Methodist Church, 330 N. Broadway
Mark your calendars for the 2015 Universal Harmony Concert! This year's concert features Ustad Ghulam Farid Nizami and the debut of his son, Muhammad Faraz Nizami, playing the sitar in public. Performing with the Nizami’s will be Wichita’s very own master organist Brett Valiant of First United Methodist Church.
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Peace Pole Project and Dedication Ceremony
The Islamic Society Of Wichita recently partnered with GFIA to host an Amazing Faiths Preview Dinner for area faith leaders. The dinner included the presentation of an AFD style discussion. GFIA President Sam Muyskens moderated the discussion between Dr. Assem Farhat of The Islamic Society of Wichita and AFD Honorary Chairs Pastor Kent Rogers and Rabbi Michael Davis.
Pastor Kent Rogers, Dr. Assem Farhat, and Rabbi Michael Davis.
AFD Dinner Participants
Amazing Faiths Dinner participants enjoying a meal and discussion together.
Happening within homes across the Wichita Area, Amazing Faiths Dinners help create common understanding and respect between people of all faith and non-faith traditions. Our dinner activities include; - Sit down to an evening meal with 8-10 others of diverse beliefs and traditions. - Explore matters of faith and spirituality through thoughtfully designed discussions. - Dinners take place in homes of pre-registered hosts. - Dinners are moderated by trained leaders who ensure a safe and respectful environment.
In less than 45 minutes over 1,500 volunteers packaged enough food to serve 479,034 meals. View the commemorative video below. The meals will serve 800 Haitian students each day for over one year. Representatives of the Guiness World Record were on site and provided certificates because we broke the world record, but even better, school children and their families in Lambert and Borde, Haiti will not go to school hungry. Even this summer, when school is out of session, children are receiving food, thanks to caring Kansans. We are indebted to three organizations, Rotary Club of Wichita, Volunteer Kansas and NUMANA, plus Channel 12 and 104.5 FOX for making this happen.