Wednesday, December 09, 2009

THURSDAY NOON: Eighth Annual Capitol Celebration

***warm up at the capitol***

 

TWELFTH ANNUAL INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK

 Eighth Annual Capitol Celebration

Noon Program

  ~ Wisconsin State Capitol, Madison ~

12:00 pm, Wednesday, December 10, 2009

United Nations Human Rights Day

 

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Compassion

The Heart of Spirituality

 

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PROGRAM 


PRELUDE ~ Michael Dorn

 

INTRODUCTION

With Reading of the Charter for Compassion

Reverend Anne Wynne

Co-Coordinator, Interfaith Awareness Week;

Vice-Chair, Greater Madison Inter-religious Association;

 

INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK

Proclamation read aloud by Cody Paske, senior

Sauk Prairie High School, Sauk City

 

NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE SOLO

With Readings from A COURSE IN MIRACLES and Unity Principals

Ken-Adi Ring

 

INTERNATIONAL INTERFAITH CONNECTIONS & REFLECTIONS

Reverend Selena Fox

Chair, Greater Madison Inter-religious Association

 

ROMAN CATHOLIC READING ON COMPASSION

George Hinger

Founder, Greater Madison Inter-religious Association

 

A PAGAN BLESSING ON COMPASSION

Reverend Tina Miller

 Tiger’s Eye Temple, Madison, Wisconsin

 

CLOSING

Anne Wynne

WOMEN WITH WINGS


Thank you to all the groups and individuals for your displays and participation. Thank you the Governor and the fine staff of the Capitol.  Thank you to Inroads Ministry and the Greater Madison Inter-religious Association.

 

Thank you to IAW-12 Coordinating Committee: Amit Mangar, Anne Wynne, Alice Pauser, Christopher River-Paprock, Ken-Adi Ring, Selena Fox,  Teresa Paprock, Dialogue International, Gurdip Brar, Rev John-Brian Paprock, and all those who advised the committee throughout the year.

 

In addition, to the displays sponsored and installed by local groups, we acknowledge the “Holiday Tree;” the Freedom from Religion Foundation Solstice declaration; the Dane County Evangelicals Jesus declaration and the Hanukkah Menorah (which was discontinued last year, but may return under different leadership at the this week) that inspire and complement the intent and purpose of Interfaith Awareness Week.

 

  

JOIN US NEXT YEAR

FOR THE 13th ANNUAL INTERFAITH AWARENESS WEEK – DECEMBER 5-11, 2010

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