Muslims, Christians and Jews gathered together on Wednesday, November 21, 2017 for a multi-faith thanksgiving prayer services. The gathering took place at Temple Kol Ami in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Rabbi Jeremy Schneider, opened the program and welcomed everybody to his temple. Later, Muslim, Jewish and Christian invocations where recited. Christian faith leaders and Imam Didmar Faja from UICA also delivered their messages to those present. After praising God and sending his salutations upon His final messenger, imam Didmar spoke on the importance of faith communities working together for the common good.
He also quoted a statement made by Prophet Mohammed (pbuh), “The creation are dependents of God and the best creation to Him are those who are the most beneficial to his dependents.” (Bayhaqi from Anas bin Malik)