About the Interfaith Committee

Sharing Sukkot with our Interfaith partners on zoom.

The Interfaith Committee brings together a group of Bet Torah congregants with members of other faith-based organizations to share events, information and explore our faiths in a meaningful and respectful manner. It is our hope that through personal interactions and working together we will build bridges that will strengthen our community and create partnerships of understanding and resilience that will unite us. Born out of the Mount Kisco Interfaith Women’s Teas, Sandy Kellogg has forged this initiative. Since 2019,  we have met in a group to discuss our religious practices, share ideas and events, and plan further initiatives.

If you are interested in finding more out about ongoing activities and events please contact Sandy Kellogg: sandy.kellogg@gmail.com.

A Joyous Multifaith Celebration of Sukkot, the Jewish Harvest Festival — with Music!
Sunday, September 26, 4:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.
In-person:   Bet Torah, 60 Smith Avenue, Mount Kisco
Virtual: Via Zoom; sign-in information will be sent to registered participants
Registration Info is Coming! Stay Tuned!
Bet Torah invites our dear Muslim and Christian friends to our sukkah to celebrate our gratitude for all our blessings, using music and text from our three traditions.
We are so fortunate to have Cantor Gil Ezring and Anne Carpenter — local performer of folk, jazz, and classical music — lead us in songs reflecting each of our faiths. (You’ll be surprised by how much overlap there is!)
Our singing will be interspersed with teachings from the spiritual leaders of Bet Torah, Upper Westchester Muslim Society, and Presbyterian Church of Mount Kisco.
Their presentations will be followed by small-group discussions where we get to know each other a little better.
Registration is required for all. Registration information to follow
Those attending in person must be fully vaccinated and masked, and we welcome others to participate online.
Please join us to sing, share, study, and schmooze with our Muslim, Christian, and Jewish friends!
Sandy Kellogg, Chair
NW Multifaith Partnership
Bet Torah