Rumi Forum assisted the US Department of Agriculture with organizing an Abrahamic panel of faith and food on March 29, 2018. The panel, titled “Faith and Food: Exploring an Interfaith Connection Between Faith and Food/Agriculture”, examined the deep connection that faith …
Rumi Forum was hosted by the Ohr Kodesh Congregation on May 20, 2018 for a joint celebration of Shavu’ot and Suhoor.
Join the Rumi Forum on April 21st, 2018 for an interfaith conversation on the environment from the perspectives of the three Abrahamic religions.
On March 15th Department Chair of Religion at George Washington University, Robert Eisen joined the Rumi Forum for a presentation on Jews and how they have survived centuries of persecution and thrived in the West.
On March 22nd, 2018 we discussed what challenges Christianity faces in a 21st century America with a group of distinguished panelists.
The Jewish-Islamic Dialogue Society of Washington along with the Rumi Forum presented this event that examined religious minority communities in America.
On January 10th Rumi Forum explored solutions derived from Abrahamic faith traditions in order to respond to hatred and extremism.
On October 19th Fairfax Presbyterian Church hosted the Rumi Forum for a discussion on social justice through the context of faith.
On Saturday, September 16th, 2017 we hosted an interfaith panel around the discussion of God’s Compassion and Forgiveness at the Ohr Kodesh Temple co-sponsored by the Beth El Congregation of Montgomery County.
The Rumi Forum hosted a panel event at Temple B’nai Shalom for a presentation on women of faith and their contribution to society.