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      February 9, 2019

      Saturday   6:00 PM

      2000 Douglass Boulevard
      Louisville, Kentucky 40205

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      Call To Unity! Peace Concert

      4th Annual Community Interfaith Peace Concert: Call To Unity! A multi-cultural concert for global peace presented by Interfaith Paths to Peace in partnership with Sister Cities of Louisville.  Featuring ensemble and choir performances by musicians of diverse faiths, nationalities, and cultures. Led by renowned jazz pianist, Harry Pickens. We are excited to announce the musicians for the 2019 Call To Unity Peace Concert: Musicians from Universidad de Las Americas in Quito, Ecuador, Jazz and Indigenous music* (info below) Sulh Ensemble, Southeast Asian music and Folk music of Malay Muslims and Thai Buddhists Shir Chadash Temple Choir of Congregation Adath Israel Brith Sholom and Crescent Hill Baptist Choir, led by Dr. Louie Bailey Ahle-e Qulub, Sufi musicians from Charleston, IL, performing Sufi songs and chant Mormon Choir from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Louisville Members Featuring Gregory Rahming, International Opera Singer, and Harry Pickens, Renowned Jazz Pianist *Students and faculty from the School of Music at the Universidad de Las Americas in Quito, Ecuador, are participating in a reciprocal Jazz exchange program with the University of Louisville, sponsored by Sister Cities of Louisville.  They will perform both Jazz and indigenous music at UofL's 2019 JazzFest on February 13th and in local schools during their week-long visit. The Peace Concert is presented annually in celebration of the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week which is observed during the first week of February.  The purpose of the concert is to promote inter-religious and intercultural dialogue for global unity and peace through music.  There are many who seek to divide us -- this concert intends to bring us all together as one -- regardless of our faiths, traditions, or backgrounds.   Doors open at 5:30 -- Please arrive early to secure a parking space. St. Paul Church Parking: Our church is a bit “landlocked,” as we are located in a thriving residential/commercial area. But we have a lot of off-street parking behind the church buildings. The entrance of this lot is off of Douglass Boulevard. Additional SpacesIn addition to our Douglass Boulevard parking lot, we have hundreds of parking spaces in the alley adjacent to our building. From the Douglass Boulevard parking lot, drive under the overpass and turn left into the alley. There is one St. Paul parking lot on your left and five parking lots on your right. On-Street Parking Located on Douglass Blvd, immediately before arriving at the Main Parking Lot from Bardstown Rd, there is dedicated on-street parking. On Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, these spaces are reserved for visitors and older members. Handicap-AccessibleYou can find handicapped-accessible parking as you turn off of Douglass Boulevard into the Douglass Boulevard parking lot (between St. Paul’s main building and Family Life Center). Our main church building has two elevators. We provide hearing aids in the sanctuary for the hearing impaired in our traditional services. All services are wheelchair accessible.   FAQs   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Contact Interfaith Paths to Peace by calling 502-214-7322 or emailing   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Please bring the printed ticket or show ticket receipt via mobile phone.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes.  Scholarship tickets available.  Contact Haleh Karimi at or 502-777-2714.

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