Our 2020 Interfaith Service was held on November 15 at 10:30 am.
In 2015, our Interfaith Service was named one of the ‘15 Religious Moments In 2015 That Give Us Hope For the New Year‘ by the Huffington Post – read the article here. You can also click here for the article about the service published by Huffington Post in November of 2015!
Interfaith Brunch Overview:
Every year right before Thanksgiving, we offer a unique interfaith worship service followed by a lively interfaith brunch. This service and brunch create a sense of community among people who experience the sacred in different ways but also who share much in common.
Every year, Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church is joined by Bethesda Jewish Congregation (BJC) and the Islamic Community Center of Potomac (ICCP) for a service of inspiration, music, and readings from Christian, Jewish, and Islamic tradition in November.
The service is led by Dr. Tarek Elgawhary of the ICCP, Rabbi Schnitzer of BJC, and Pastor David Gray of BHPC.
After the service, the three congregations join together for a brunch, followed by an interfaith dialogue and discussion among participants.