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Interfaith Music Project

“This will be our reply to violence: to make music more intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than ever before.” Leonard Bernstein

This is what we Beth Am’ers do. We’ve been doing this sacred work with Zion Baptist and Main Line Reform for over twenty years. We’re now expanding our circle to include as many voices from different faiths as we can. There is a lot more music to be made and a lot more songs to sing. And we truly need to do it together. And it justs sounds so much better this way! 

For more information on the Interfaith Music Project, please contact Hazzan Harold.

We Rise, from “Of Love and Protest” song written by Batya Levine, video created by Hazzan Harold, James Pollard and Sam Zolten.

“Of Love and Protest” is an  interfaith musical recording and performance project produced by James Pollard Jr. and Hazzan Harold, bringing together musicians from Baptist, Jewish, Muslim and Mormon faiths. This was inspired by the State of our Union, seeking ways to come together in song spirit and determination. Listen to more here.

Sunday, November 4 at Delaware Valley University, Doylestown Pa Join hundreds of Muslim and Jewish women on November 4 when you attend the fifth annual Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom Muslim Jewish Women’s Conference at Delaware Valley University in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, just outside of Philadelphia. We will be raising our voice for love over hate! Tickets, Details & Directions.

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