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Christian-Jewish event starts in Polish city

15.10.2021 10:30
The 10th annual Christian-Jewish Meetings started in Kielce, southern Poland, on Thursday, the state PAP news agency has reported. 
The 10th annual Christian-Jewish Meetings started in the south-central Polish city of Kielce on Thursday.
The 10th annual Christian-Jewish Meetings started in the south-central Polish city of Kielce on Thursday.PAP/Michał Walczak

Organised by the Jan Karski Association, this year's event, entitled “Beit Tefilah - House of Prayer," is spread over 10 days and centres around a deserted synagogue in the south-central Polish city. 

Until October 23, the building is set to host lectures, debates, and a concert of Jewish religious music.

Participants will also be treated to an exhibition about the former house of prayer and a 3D reconstruction of the historic building, the organisers said.  

The Christian-Jewish Meetings began on Thursday with a lecture on the synagogue’s architecture. Other events include a debate on Sunday about synagogues and churches, featuring a female rabbi and a priest, the PAP news agency reported. 

The Meetings will conclude with a walk through Kielce city centre on Saturday, October 23, taking in the ancient synagogue as well as a local Orthodox church, an Evangelical house of prayer, and a Catholic shrine.

All these events are free to attend, subject to registration on the Meetings’ website, although the number of participants is limited and COVID-19 precautions apply, the organisers announced.   

Named after the Polish World War II resistance fighter and diplomat, the Jan Karski Association has been holding the annual Christian-Jewish Meetings since 2011, with support from local authorities and the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, PAP reported.


Source: PAP