Our Sunday Conversations series featuring topics of interest presented by outstanding speakers has been expanded to four programs this season. Light refreshments will be served.
4:00 - 5:30 pm
Royal Poinciana Chapel Fellowship Hall (all dates except for Dec. 3, which will be at the Wells Fargo Private Bank Community Room, 255 S. County Road, Palm Beach)
FREE to Fellowship members; $10 per session or $35 Season Pass for non-members
PB Island PREMIERE!
from Post to Trump
Richard Rene Silvin
December 3, 2017
Is Civility Dead...and Does it Matter?
Robert Watson, PhD
January 21, 2018
Churchill: France, India, and Other Little-Known Controversies
Richard D'Elia, PhD
February 18, 2018
Beauty and a
Couple of Beasts
March 18, 2018
Annual Fellowship Dinner
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
5:30 - 9:00 pm
Keynote Speaker: Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks, author of
Not in God's Name: Confronting Religious Violence.
The evening will also include the presentation
of the 2018 John C. Randolph Award.
Visit the Photo Gallery section under the Archives tab for photos from the 2017 Annual Fellowship Dinner.
Welcome Back Reception
Thursday, November 2, 2017
5:30 - 7:00 pm
The Society of the Four Arts
Our annual Welcome Back Reception provided the opportunity to reconnect with old friends and meet new ones. Approximately 150 guests heard
about the exciting programs and events planned for our special 25th anniversary season as they enjoyed food and beverages while mingling in the beautiful
Four Arts Gardens. Teachers who attended last summer's Facing History and Ourselves seminar in Boston on scholarships provided by the Fellowship expressed their appreciation and shared their
experience with the crowd.
Palm Beach Fellowship
of Christians and Jews
139 N. County Road | Suite 28
Post Office Box 507
Palm Beach, Florida 33480
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The Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians & Jews is dedicated to promoting fellowship, understanding, and respect among all religions and cultures; bringing the community together through education, dialogue, and interaction; and addressing issues rooted in intolerance, anti-Semitism, and unjust discrimination.