Ramadan Dinners2018-11-07T00:09:52+00:00

Ramadan is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. It is a time when Muslims focus on prayer, charity and thanking the God for his blessings. In addition, Muslims fast from dawn to sunset; and the fast-breaking is a truly sacred moment. In Austin, we get together with our friends of other faiths to celebrate this sacred moment, which is followed by a delicious dinner. Almost every evening, we visit a different place of worship or invite our friends to our place to thank and pray God together.

List of communities/congregations we visited in the Ramadan of 2018:

  • San Gabriel Universalist Unitarian Church
  • St James Episcopal Church
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • St. Andrew’s Episcopal School
  • GirlForward
  • First English Lutheran Church
  • St. David’s Episcopal Church
  • Congregation Beth Israel
  • Congregational Church of Austin
  • St. Julian of Norwich
  • Unity Church of the Hills
  • First Unitarian Universalist Church of Austin
  • Austin City Iftar
  • Church of the Savior in Cedar Park
  • Central Christian Church of Austin
  • St. Alban’s Episcopal
  • Nueces Mosque
  • Beth Shalom Austin
  • First United Methodist Church
  • University United Methodist Church
  • Central Presbyterian Church
  • The Front Porch & All Saints’ Episcopal Church
  • East Austin Muslim Community
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Bosnian Society
  • Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
  • St Martins Lutheran Church
  • Catholic Charities of Central Texas
  • St. Austin Catholic Parish
  • United Christian Church of Austin
  • Clergy Iftar
  • Austin Mennonite Church
  • St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.
  • San Marcos Rotary Club
  • Austin Police Department
  • University Christian Church