20 years after: Peace Prayer for 9/11
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack of September 11 on the Twin Towers in New York. For many years, the House of One has been calling on people to pray together for peace on this day. This year, too, we would like to come together to commemorate and pray.
Side by side with representatives of different religions, but also with secular or non-religious people, we would like to hold a multi-religious prayer for peace.
The House of One and the participants invite you to a multi-faith prayer for peace on 11 September 2021 at 5 pm in the Parochialkirche. The prayer will also be streamed live via the House of One website and will be featured in this post on the homepage.
Rabbi Andreas Nachama ( House of One)
Rev. Gregor Hohberg (House of One)
Imam Kadir Sanci (House of One)
Iman Andrea Reimann (Deutsches Muslimisches Zentrum Berlin e.V.)
Bishop Christian Stäblein (Evangelical Church Berlin, EKBO)
Rev. Ryan White (Presbyterian Church USA)
Petra-Beate Schildbach (Sufi)
Peter Amsler (Baha'i)
Ranjit Kaur (Sikh)
Christiane Uekermann (Bodhicharya)
Rev. Joachim Reich (Anglican Episcopal Church St. George)
Bernd Streich (Diocesan Council of Catholics in the Archdiocese of Berlin)
Bishop Emmanuel von Christoupolis (Greek Orthodox Metropolie)
Rebecca Rogowski (House of One)
Maike Schöfer (House of One)
Kübra Dalkilic (House of One)
Cantor Esther Hirsch (House of One)
Imam Osman Örs (House of One)
Anlässlich des Festjahres #2021 Jüdisches Leben in Deutschland ist das House of One Kooperationspartner in der Vermittlung der Installation "Adam, wo bist du?" von Künstlerin Ilana Lewitan.
Under the motto "Berlin says thank you", the ecumenical service in front of the Gedächtniskirche under the patronage of the Governing Mayor Michael Müller on Sunday celebrates the voluntary commitment in the time of the pandemic.
Once again this year, on Open Monument Day on 11 and 12 September 2021, history buffs and archaeology fans will have the opportunity to explore the history of Petriplatz and the area around it together with archaeologist and excavation director Claudia Melisch.
(the Lectures and guided Tours will be held in german!)
We invite all interested parties to discover the site and the historical past of Petriplatz as part of an archaeological guided tour with excavation director Claudia Melisch. The tour is free of charge. As always, donations are welcome!