Postponed Holy Smoke: An Interfaith Community of Faith & Food Fundraiser Postponed

Expect savory noodle kugel, a traditional dish served on Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, and sweet karah prashad pudding, served at Sikh services, along with other holiday delicacies, at Atlanta’s inaugural Holy Smoke: An Interfaith Community of Faith & Food Fundraiser. The event gathers a cross-section of worship communities, and celebrates the diversity of faith and ethnic traditions in the metro area. 

Holy Smoke is sponsored by Faith Alliance of Metro Atlanta and is set for Sunday, Nov. 10, 2 p.m. – 6 p.m., at the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta,  2401 Lake Park Dr. SE, Smyrna, GA 30080.  Sample a taste of Atlanta's rich religious diversity, tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door and can be purchased at Proceeds will benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank and FAMA’s interfaith initiatives.


Confirmed Congregations:

The Temple (Rabbi Peter Berg)

Temple Sinai (Rabbi Brad Levenberg)

Bet Haverim (Rabbi Josh Lesser)

Or Hadash (Rabbi Mario Karpuj)

Stone Mountain Gurdwara (Gogi Basi)

Hindu Temple of Atlanta (Manhar Valand)

Islamic Center of North Fulton (Moiz Mumtaz)

Masjid al-Mu'minun (Imam Furqan Mohammad)

Atlanta Masjid al-Islam (Nafeesah Madyun)

Ishmaili (Nuri Daya)

Archdiocese of Atlanta (Bob Hauert)

LDS (Fred Woolf)

Istanbul Center (Kemal Korucu/ Turan Kilic)

Atlanta Family Church (Rev Kimura)

Covenant Presbyterian (Rena Marroquin)

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