... the bloggers Juna Grossmann, Stefanie Hoffmann and Safiyye Aydin (formerly Arslan) discuss with the SocialMedia team of the House of One the opportunities and risks of communicating religious content on the Internet.
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".
Jews, Christians and Muslims of the House of One invite you to a prayer for peace. Together we want to mourn the victims of the attack on Easter Sunday and sympathize with the suffering of the and involuntary participants. "This assassination attempt is a Attack also on us", says Pastor Corinna Zisselsberger.
... for the Washing of the Feet in the Christian church. We want to get to know the religious traditions of the individual founding communities. On the eve of Holy Thursday, the Protestant parish of St.Marien-St.Petri, together with the House of One and the Anglican parish of St. George, will invite you to a washing of feet in the Marienkirche on Alexanderplatz in Berlin.
Rabbi Andreas Nachama and Imam Kadir Sanci take part in the service with liturgical hospitality.
On the two Christmas holidays the birth of Jesus is celebrated as well as the spreading of the message of his birth. An angel announced the birth of a new king to the farmers in the field (Bible, Lk 2, 8-12).
Christmas time begins with the eve just before the feast days. On this evening and the following days the birth of Jesus is celebrated, who according to the Gospel of Luke (Bible, Lk 2, 1-7) was born by Mary in a stable in Bethlehem. Before that, Mary, who was pregnant, had to go to Bethlehem with her husband Joseph to take part in a census. Since there was no place to stay in the whole city, she gave birth to her son in a stable.
The day of repentance and prayer always takes place on the last Wednesday of the church year, i.e. before the Sunday of eternity. On this day Christians reflect on their sins, show repentance and reflect on their faith.
Pentecost marks the end of the Easter season. As the followers of Jesus came together for the Jewish feast of Shavuot, the Holy Spirit poured out upon them. After the long absence of their Lord, they feel this outpouring as a comfort and for the first time again perceive themselves as community and followers of Jesus. That is why Pentecost is also interpreted as the birth of the Christian Church.