BUILDING COMMUNITY BRIDGES AND ENHANCING CIVILITY THROUGH DIALOGUE, EDUCATION, AND INTERACTION.

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The Fellowship was founded in 1993 as a grassroots effort by a handful of caring Christians and Jews in the Town of Palm Beach, seeking to promote fellowship, understanding and respect through education, dialogue and interaction. Bridges were built as people of different faiths and beliefs developed a better understanding and a new appreciation of one another. This organization actively creates opportunities for people to interact through social activities, cultural events, open discussion platforms, as well as youth and educational programs.

We invite you to join the Fellowship.

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Events & Activities

“The Courage to Remember” Exhibit Private Fellowship Reception
Nov 18, 2014 - 3:30 pm
Palm Beach County History Museum
Fellowship Friday 2014
Nov 28, 2014 - 8:30 am
Royal Poinciana Chapel
Interfaith Dialogues
Jan 27, 2015 - 5:00 pm
Temple Emanu-El of Palm Beach More



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Chairpersons Rosalie Franks and William Metzger led the student award ceremony; “I heard your voices,” Rosalie Franks told the students. “You weren’t just talking about…

Apr 13, 2014

On Tuesday, April 8, the 2014 Annual Essay Awards Ceremony took place at the Paramount Church including a congratulatory speech delivered by our Chairman John…

Apr 9, 2014
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Annual Dinner 2014
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Annual Luncheon 2014

Chairman’s Message

Randolph

Today people tell us the Fellowship is needed now more than ever in this new era of incivility; of noisy, hostile rhetoric in the political arena and the media; of callous and irresponsible use of the internet; of factionalism resulting from radical extremism, often in the name of religion; and of “targeting” those who do not believe as we may believe. We are committed to making a difference. Our planned season of events 2013-2014 will provide multiple opportunities for you, your friends, and family to participate in family day activities including an annual lunch and dinner, open discussion platforms, cultural, social, youth and educational events. We need your participation. One by one we can make a difference.