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.
Juden, Christen und Muslime des House of One folgen dem weltweiten Gebetsaufruf für Zusammenhalt über alle Unterschiede hinweg am 14. Mai. Die Corona-Pandemie hat die Verletzlichkeit der Menschheit deutlich gemacht. Diese - leider tragische - Erfahrung verbindet die Menschen rund um den Globus. Das hat den "Hohen Ausschuss für die menschliche Brüderlichkeit" (HCHF) veranlasst, Angehörige aller Weltreligionen zum gemeinsamen Gebet für die von der Krise Betroffenen virtuell im Gebet zu vereinen.
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.
On this evening, archaeologist Claudia Melisch will talk about the traces of the past she and other scientists excavated under the pavement. Music and spiritual words deepen and complete the evening. Among others, works of cantors and organists of the former St. Peter's church will be heard.St. Marienkirche
In times of growing anti-Semitism, the Berlin congregation of St. Peter's and St. Mary's together with Rabbi Andreas Nachama (House of One) set a sign of admonition and reconciliation. With an inter-religious prayer for peace, after more than 80 years a replica of the former Tetragram (the Hebrew name of God JHWH) is attached to the Parochial Church.
Philosopher Wilhelm Schmid, action artist of the Center for Political Beauty, Philipp Ruch, and the three clergymen of the House of One - Rabbi Dr. Andreas Nachama, Pastor Gregor Hohberg and Imam Osman Örs - in a conversation about Lessing's Nathan the Wise and the coexistence of people of different origin, religion and worldview.