Ever since Moses came down from Mt. Sinai, the 10 Commandments have stood as a cornerstone of spiritual faith and earthly behavior for every form of Judaism and Christianity, and as important fundamental principles for secular law around the world and through the ages. Obviously, they have great meaning for us today. So join us at The Center for a special luncheon focusing on this topic from a Judeo-Christian perspective.
- Free of charge
- Coordinated and led by Rabbi Samuel M. Stahl
- Facilitated by Dr. Leslie Hollon
- Wednesday, November 16 from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- Designed for clergy but open to lay scholars, as well
- At The Ecumenical Center
Call 210-616-0885 to register.