In this time of religious turmoil, moderates of each faith - Christian, Jewish and Muslim - are closer to each other than they are to fundamentalists within their own religion. The San Francisco Center for Spiritual Community has embraced a bold vision to create a shared worship space in San Francisco for Christians, Jews and Muslims. Our goal is to create a shared worship space - called "Abraham's House of Prayer" - that promotes dialogue and understanding between the three Abrahamic faiths. The religious leaders who have joined in the Abraham's House of Prayer Project include:
The cost of these repairs is $4.5M. To do this work, we need your help!
The Center For Spiritual Community represents the more than 30 community groups based in the Noe Valley Ministry Building. This group includes community leaders like Peter Gabel, founder of the Noe Valley Farmer's Market; Bill Jackson, founder of GreatSchools.Net; and Deborah Alvarez-Rodriguez, CEO of Goodwill San Francisco.
Already, this group has raised over $1,300,000. We are now reaching out to community leaders to make significant contributions towards the campaign to save Noe Valley's "Town Hall." If you can make a contribution to this effort, please contact Chris Keene (chris at ckeene dot com).