We've Rescheduled the
Prime Timer's 60+
Luncheon
(Previously planned for May 18)

Tuesday, May 24
We welcome our Guest Speaker,
Imam Hazim Fazlic

Imam Hazim Fazlic is a dedicated teacher, renowned speaker and interfaith activist. Prior to being appointed the Imam of Islamic Cultural Center of Greater Chicago, Imam Fazlic worked as religious and community leader for the Bosnian-Muslim community in London and Birmingham (UK) for 11 years. He is active in interfaith work, and worked with representatives of Christian, Jewish, Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist communities. In 2009 he co-founded Faiths Connected Foundation, a charitable organization dedicated to the promotion of religious harmony and understanding among young people in the wider area of Birmingham, UK.

Imam Hazim Fazlic was educated in Bosnia, where he obtained his education in classical Islamic disciplines at the oldest Muslim educational institution in South East Europe, Gazi Husrevbegova Medresa. He also obtained his BA in Islamic Studies from the University of Sarajevo. In 2002 he moved to England where obtained his MA in Islamic Studies at the Centre for Islam and Muslim -Christian Relations of the University of Birmingham. At the same institution, he successfully defended his PhD.

All are welcome to join us for this special event.  Contact the church office to sign up for the luncheon.  Invite a friend.