A Three‐Part Series on Islam Continues 

January 14, 2018

6:30 – 8:30 pm Tuesdays, January 23, and 30

Cathedral Hall, 803 Terry Avenue (enter on Columbia Street)

Join us as we explore the history of Islam, how it has been and continues to be part of the American fabric, the intersection with Christianity, modern day Islam and Islamophobia. This series is designed for anyone interested in learning about Islam.


Aneelah Afzali, ED of MAPS‐AMEN (www.mapsredmond.org/) on Islam today, Islamophobia, Islam and women and responding to people who are hostile to Muslims


Laila Almounaier, MAPS‐AMEN (www.mapsredmond.org/) on Muslims as part of the American Fabric and the History of Islam

Information: Christopher Koehler, 206.382.4511 or ckoehler@stjames‐cathedral.org

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