Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Rabbi from New York appointed Project Ambassador

After recent appointments of project ambassadors in Switzerland and Austria, Rabbi Sonja K. Pilz has now been appointed as the first project ambassador in the United States of America by the Board of Trustees of the Foundation House of One. During a current US-trip at the invitation of the German...

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The House of One.
Three Religions under one roof.

Berlin is soon to become home to something truly unique. Jews, Christians, and Muslims are planning to build a house of worship here – one that brings a synagogue, a church, and a mosque together under one roof. The three separate sections will be linked by a communal room in the center of the building. This will serve as a meeting place, where worshippers and members of the public can come together and learn more about the religions and each other.

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The Initiators

The House of One is the product of a grassroots group of three religious communities. The initial idea came from a protestant church community which then joined forces with a Jewish community - with a rabbinical seminary - and a Muslim initiative for dialogue.

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The Architecture

The House of One is a contemporary expression of religious life and as such must be expressed in an equally modern architectural language. Learn more about the design of the Berlin based architects Kuehn Malvezzi.

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Your House of One messages

Christian Møller, Denmark

We need dialogue between all kind of people and all faiths to make the world a better place for our grandchildren!

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Jörg Hahn, Germany

ENDLICH ! Alle glauben an denselben Gott. Warum nicht unter EINEM Dach???

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Melinda Gauss, Germany

Ein wunderbares Projekt - für gegenseitiges Kennenlernen, Akzeptanz und Frieden. Gleichzeitig bleibt die kulturelle Vielfalt erhalten.

3 bricks

The location

The history of Berlin is filled with great successes, new beginnings, sudden endings, and immeasurable guilt. Its Jews were emancipated around 1800, and then destroyed between 1933 and 1945. The Berlin Wall became the symbol of a divided world when it was built in 1961, and was then transformed into an enduring image of peace as it fell in 1989. The House of One on Petriplatz, the medieval birthplace of Berlin, aims to add a new and hopeful chapter to the diverse history of this city.

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Support the House of One with a stone for 10 EUR and become part of something very special. If you want, you can of course donate more than a stone.

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Start your campaign

Tell your family, your friends, your colleagues, your students and your community from the House of One and learn step by step how you can activate with your own action page for donations.

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Become a partner

We invite all initiatives that are dedicated to dialogue, to a to be partners. Get in touch with us and get to know our partners initiatives.

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