Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner

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HeartlandADL Kansas City

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The Heartland Chapter of Alliance of Divine Love announces that the 2019 Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner will be celebrated on Sunday, November 10, 2019, at The Peace Pavilion in  Independence, MO.   Heartland ADL is also pleased to announce that The Peace Pavilion is also the recipient of the 2019 Vern Barnet Interfaith Service Award and the chosen charity for donations at the dinner.  The annual dinner is co-sponsored by the Heartland Chapter of the Alliance of Divine Love and the Greater Kansas City Interfaith  Council and is held in a different location each year around the metropolitan area.   The goal of the Peace Pavilion ( is “Building Peace by Creating Peacemakers” and it has long served as a focus for multicultural and interfaith education and a beacon for placing children on the path to peace.   The first location of the Peace Pavilion (formerly, the Children’s Peace Pavilion) was at the Community of Christ Auditorium and that original space will be retained. In an exciting venture, the Peace Pavilion (so renamed in recognition of a greater mission) has acquired a much larger building and is embarking on a goal of new and improved exhibits and experiences, which will bring the ideas of “Peace For Me, Peace for Us, Peace for Everyone and Peace for the Planet to life with hands-on learning which includes conflict resolution and global understanding.  By choosing the Peace Pavilion as the chosen charity for the year, Heartland ADL will give the Greater Kansas City community the opportunity to be a part of this venture.   
Sunday, November 10, 2019 
The Peace Pavilion 607 West Lexington, Independence, MO 64050 
4:00 pm to 6:30 pm   The Greater Kansas City community has gathered since 1984 to celebrate this American tradition with interfaith unity.  Created and sponsored by CRES for the first 25 years, the tradition has been continued since 2010 by the Heartland Chapter of the Alliance of Divine Love, the Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council and their partners as a community-wide interfaith event.    Tickets, which include the catered meal, are $18.00 for adults and $12.00 for students (7-12 years); as always, children 6 and under are free.     
Tickets will be available online after Labor Day at

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