Multireligious ceremony to remember terror attack in Halle
Juden, Christen und Muslime – Frauen wie Männer – des House of One laden zum gemeinsamen multireligiösen Gedenken am 9. Oktober, dem Jahrestag des Terroranschlags in Halle ein. Das Gebet kann via Stream auf dieser Webseite mitverfolgt werden.
An armed man attempted to storm the fully occupied synagogue on the highest Jewish holiday, Yom Kippur one year ago. That failed, but Jana L. and Kevin S., randomly selected victims, were killed instead.
In words and prayers Jana L. and Kevin S. shall be remembered during this prayer for peace in the Berlin Parochial Church on October 9, 2020 at 10 a.m. "We must not remain silent," says Pastor Gregor Hohberg of the House of One. Out of grief should not grow new hatred, but a respectful cooperation. "I am sure that the vast majority in this society condemns this hatred, these deeds from the bottom of their hearts.
Imam Kadir Sanci adds: "This majority must be loud. In these times, in which blind hatred of those of different faith, those who think or look differently, turns again and again into violence, this is more important than ever. "We must show our solidarity again and again, not only on days like these.
Halle is not an isolated case. Every day Germans of Jewish faith are insulted, belittled or denigrated as part of conspiracy myths in schools, in public, on the Internet or in the social media. Every day, Germans who are perceived by some as not being German enough are victims of insults and even violence. The most terrible example from recent times is the assassination attack in Hanau a good six months ago, when ten people were shot in a bar. Attention should also be drawn to them on that day.
Rabbin Andreas Nachama (House of One)
Pröpstin Christina-Maria Bammel (Evangelische Kirche Berlin-Brandenburg-schlesische Oberlausitz, EKBO)
Reverend Gregor Hohberg (House of One)
Imam Kadir Sanci (House of One)
Rabbi Jan Aaron Hammel (Chabad Lubawitsch)
Reverend Andreas Goetze (EKBO)
Peter Amsler (Baha'i)
Reverend Christopher Jage-Bowler (St. George's Anglican Church)
Michael Bäumer (Buddhist, Soka Gakkai)
Christiane Ueckermann (Buddhist, Bodhicharya)
Petra-Beate Schildbach (Sufi Movement)
Guests are unfortunately not able to participate, as the Parochial Church is undergoing renovation. However, the prayer will be streamed ive through the website of the House of One.
On the occasion of this year's Open Monument Day, the House of One, together with the archaeologist and excavation director Claudia Melisch, once again invites you to take part in archaeological tours on Saturday, September 12 and Sunday, September 13, 2020 on the historic Petriplatz, on whose grounds the House of One will be built.
The Protestant Church celebrates "Israelsonntag" as a day to enrich the Jewish-Christian dialogue. The service in Marienkirche at Alexanderplatz will be hosted by Pastor Corinna Zisselsberger and Esther Hirsch, Jewish cantor and theological adviser of the House of One. The violinist Jörg-Michael Krah and the organist Jonas Sandmeier will accompany the service. Please pay attention to the hygiene and safety concept.
Johannes der Täufer ist ein interessanter Heiliger. Neben Jesus und Maria ist er der einzige christliche Heilige, an dessen Geburtstag erinnert wird. Die St.Petri-St.Mariengemeinde feiert dazu einen Videogottesdienst über ihren YouTube-Kanal. Worum es an diesem Tag geht, lesen Sie hier.
Jews, Christians and Muslims of the House of One wholeheartedly follow the global call for prayer on May 14 at 2 p.m. of the "Higher Committee on human fraternity" (HCHF). This call is to create solidarity and togetherness across all borders. The Covid-19 pandemic has shown just how vulnerable humans are. We are connected around the world through this shared experience, tragically an experience of suffering.
After more than ten years of intensive discussion, idea development and planning, the time for the groundbreaking ceremony should have come but due to the Corona crisis the event has been cancelled. This important step towards the structural completion of the multi-religious peace project is postponed.
Service for the Annunciation, the day on which Archangel Gabriel announced the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin. Not only Christians, but also Jews and Muslims know Mary. However, their ideas about her are quite different.