Members of the three Abrahamic traditions joined at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul on Sunday evening, June 26, to participate in a service of readings of Scripture, music, and traditional prayer from the Quran, Hebrew Scriptures and the Gospels.
The event was a local response to a national program initiated by Faith Shared, a project of the Interfaith Alliance and Human Rights First. It was destined to support religious liberty in the US and to counter misunderstandings about the three traditions.
A brief video interview with Bishop Ely, Rabbi Joshua Chasen and a member of the Islamic community is here. A Washington Post article about a similar service at the National Cathedral is here.