Peace prayer for Christchurch
Rabbi, priest and Imam of the House of One invite you to a prayer for peace. Together, each in his own tradition, we want to commemorate the dead of Christchurch and share the grief.
49 people died in Christchurch. They gathered in the mosque on Friday to pray when the perpetrator came. We want to remember the murdered and pray for them, for their families, for their friends.
Imam Kadir Sanci: "I also ask you, in your own way and tradition, to think of the victims, to pray for them. We are from God and we return to God. Inna lillahi we inna ileyhi radschi'un. Amin. So it says in the Koran. And so I pray for the dead."
"We - Jews, Christians and Muslims - want to pray side by side, because all people, regardless of what they believe, are part of a human family," said Pastor Gregor Hohberg. "Prayer, not revenge, is our answer to the hatred that turns fellow men into enemies."
Rabbi Andreas Nachama: "May the memory of these sacrifices become a blessing - may not only the people who are of good will, but all see that in every man created in the image of God there is a spark of divine blessing and with every murder a piece of divinity is destroyed".
Von der christlichen Kirche zum Drei-Religionen-Haus: Die Archäologin Claudia Melisch präsentiert die derzeit noch freiliegenden Fundamente der zu DDR-Zeiten abgerissenen Petri-Kirche in Berlin Mitte.Ausgrabung am Petriplatz
Digital world and religion, social media and faith, secular technology and divine spirituality.
Apparent contrasts or additions? Trend or future? Where is the House of One in this conflict and what is its task? What are current dangers, challenges and possibilities?
We are pleased to be able to engage in a panel discussion with important Jewish, Christian and Muslim representatives of the digital faith. We want to discuss these questions, which are also important for the House of One, with you:
70 years Basic Law, Art.4 - Freedom of religion: Jews, Christians, Muslims and Buddhists invite to common peace devotion and commemoration of victims of terror
Article 4 of the Basic Law says:
"The freedom of faith, conscience and the freedom of religious and ideological confession are inviolable. The undisturbed practice of religion is guaranteed".