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Interfaith Concert

Singers, musicians, and dancers from diverse faith traditions will grace the bimah as we celebrate the sacred at the 38th Annual InterFaith Concert at Temple on Thursday, November 16 at 7:30 pm.

The concert features a combined choir of more than 100 voices under the direction of Cantor Mikhail Manevich. There will be musical performances from WHC’s Kol Rinah, the National Cathedral’s Cathedra Choir, The Mormon Choir of Washington, St. Augustine Gospel Choir and Chorale, as well as Sikh youth kirtan, Hindu dancers, and more!

In addition to a lineup of diverse performances, Rabbi M. Bruce Lustig and the Honorable Peter Wittig, Ambassador of Germany to the United States, will receive special honors for their commitment to the interfaith community. The Mistress of Ceremonies for the evening will be ABC News White House Correspondent Tara Palmeri.

Founded in 1978, the InterFaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington (IFC) has been described by the Washington Post as “one of the most dynamic, diverse inter-religious coalitions in the United States.” Throughout its 40 years in the Washington, D.C. region, IFC has created a network for faith leaders and members that strengthens unity while embracing diversity. The bridges built by this organization can be seen at annual community-wide programs like the Day to Serve and the Unity Walk, which traditionally starts at WHC.


Reserved Seating: $40
General Admission: $20
Seniors and Students: $10

Click here to purchase your ticket.

To become a donor or for more information about joining the WHC Concert Honors Committee and attending the pre-concert reception contact Michael Nercesian at

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