Celebrating Spring Renewal at the PSCCThursday 21 April 2016
On Saturday April 16th 2016 the PSCC celebrated a Spring Renewal with the participation of other organizations: Achva, Shalhevet Maccabim, Yozma, Birkat Shalom, Open House, Beney Haosher, The Anglican Church of Ramle, The Franciscan Church of Ramle, the Muslim Group of Ramle, and nuns from the Servitors Orphanage  in Bethlehem. The event had as its theme the symbolical transition from slavery to freedom, and the transition from holy days to weekdays. The evening included an inter-communal potluck dinner, prayers, song-singing, music and learning. There were circles of acquaintance and listening. The evening included a havdalah ceremony, Muslim prayer, learning from the Qur’an on the subject of brotherhood and tolerance of all peoples. Christians related to the connection between freedom and renewal. Both Arab and Jewish musicians took part, in order to create a very moving interreligious integration. About 80 adults and children took part, the majority religious.
- Photos from the celebration
 Clothes and food were also collected for the orphanage.
Another successful "Journey” programThursday 17 March 2016
A group of 30 Jewish, Muslim & Christian teenagers took part in a 4-day ’Massa – Massar’ ("Journey") activity.
Presencing Collective Challenges Workshop in WASNSSunday 15 March 2015
On March 12 the PSCC held a day long seminar to explore the competencies that can grow out of conflict areas, and how we can cultivate them in order to create an excellence in crisis (...)
Despite it all: Sulha – Jews & Palestinians meet at the PSCCWednesday 10 September 2014
On August 21-22, despite the sounds of missiles and bombs that could be heard from the hills of Wahat al-Salam – Neve Shalom, 80 Jews and Arabs; young families with children, youth and older (...)
PSCC Activity Report September to June 2014Wednesday 9 July 2014
With limited resources, the PSCC has managed to accomplish a wide range of activities.
Christmas party at the PSCWednesday 29 December 2010 by Abdessalam Najjar :: Pluralistic Spiritual Ctr
The Pluralistic Spiritual Centre held a Christmas party for the community.
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