Ecumenical Thanksgiving Celebration

Nov. 20, 2014, 7 p.m.

Meetings & Networking

1415 Old Canton Road, Marietta GA 30062

Event Description

Join us for a special pre-Thanksgiving celebration! Funny while inspiring, accompanied by uplifting music.


With some much negative media about religious extremist in many religions, this evening is proof that we can coexist, can learn and can enjoy being together! We've been doing this for years! It is an evening you'll long remember.

Temple Kol Emeth, 1415 Old Canton Rd, Marietta GA 30062

Comments made by guests of prior events:
• Our first time here. One of the most enlightening services ever. A real eye opener for all.
• If only all the world would stop and realize how much love we share!
• I have been here all 4 years and it gets better every time. Diversity. Tolerance. Coexist.
• We’ll all have to stand together one day. Might as well start now. ☺
• It was like a party in there.
• This is my favorite service of the year and it’s so amazing. I love the funny people. This should happen monthly
• One heart, one love. We got together and it felt great!

Frequently Asked Questions:

How to dress?
"Respectful casual." We ask that you dress comfortably, keeping in mind that this is a house of worship.

How long is the program?
The service is typically 7:00-8:15pm. The reception afterward goes to 9:30pm so that you have time to talk with the clergy and other guests. The food and conversation during the reception is half of the fun.

Is this child / kid / family friendly?
"Yes if" If your child is able to sit for the 75 or so minute program, then they are very much welcomed. We only ask that, during the reception, they only take an amount of food that they eat (and that you allow them to eat).

How many people attend?
In recent years, about 750 people attend. For 2012, we welcomed new participation by the Baha'i and Unitarians.

Edit This Event Last Edited By: Bassem Fakhoury on Nov. 15, 2014, 1:45 p.m.