NOTE: Hartford Seminary is a co-sponsor of this event, which takes place at the Artists Collective at 1200 Albany Ave., Hartford, CT. It will be interpreted for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community.
Since 1997 the Greater Hartford Multi-Faith Prayer Breakfast has reached across religious boundaries to find and celebrate those beliefs we share, to pray for the Greater Hartford community and to acknowledge together that our diverse communities need the prayerful support of all of our religious traditions if we are to realize a healthy urban center. Hundreds of people attend.
The breakfast will be held at The Artists Collective, 1200 Albany Avenue in Hartford. A light breakfast is served along with uplifting, spiritual music, and greetings from the mayor of Hartford. Christians, Jews, Muslims, Sikhs, Hindus, Buddhists, the Baha’i community and others have been involved in the planning of the event.
This year’s keynote speaker is Rabbi Donna Berman, Executive Director of the Charter Oak Cultural Center. Our theme for 2019 is “A Home for Everyone: How Faith Communities Can Address the Housing Crisis.” Join us for good food and coffee, as well as opportunities for discussion and ideas for action.
The event is free, but a $10 donation is suggested. Donations can be paid in advance with a credit card or at the door.