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Holiday Wish For Palisadians From Rabbi Bernstein

Leaders of local congregations share their holiday wishes leading up to the annual Pacific Palisades Ministerial Association’s Inter-Faith Thanksgiving Service on Nov. 21.

Congregations will unite and give thanks at the on Nov. 21 for the annual Pacific Palisades Ministerial Association’s . The service, which will include prayer, readings from both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament, meditations and music is an effort to bring Palisadians together.

Leading up to the service, the participating ministers and leaders of the local congregations are sharing what they are thankful for this year. The following is from Rabbi Amy Bernstein from the .

At KI we are thankful for the opportunity, through our 'Rabbi, Priest, Minister' series, to broaden understanding between faith traditions. During a year that has been difficult for so many we are grateful for the presence of communities of intention in our lives which hold and support us in such important ways. Our Jewish community hopes to deepen our relationship with other faith communities in the Palisades in the coming year so that we may contribute to peace in our neighborhood the only way it ever really happens—through learning about each other and developing mutual regard and trust.

Rabbi Amy Bernstein
Kehillat Israel Reconstructionist

Please note, the Inter-Faith Thanksgiving Service will be held at the at the Self-Realization Fellowship temple, which is near the upper entrance at 17080 Sunset Blvd., just around the bend above Palisades Drive. Parking will be in the upper or lower lots. A shuttle will be available from the lower lot.

Participating congregations in the Pacific Palisades Ministerial Association include:

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