A Series of Conversations with the Reverend Neil Tadken, Imam Jihad Turk, and Rabbi Susan Nanus about Christianity, Islam, Judaism and How Understanding Makes Us Closer
In the spirit of tolerance, unity, and acceptance, please join our fellow Christian, Muslim and Jewish communities for questions and answers about the fundamental tenets of each other's faith.
The Reverend Neil Tadken is an Episcopal priest and the Rector of the Parish of St. Luke the Physician in Monrovia. He is a member of the Interfaith Council of Monrovia and previously served on the Bishop's Commission for HIV and AIDS Ministries and with the Program Group for LBGTQ Ministries for the Dioceses of Los Angeles.
Imam Jihad Turk is the President of Bayan Claremont, a graduate school designed to educate Muslim scholars and religious leaders. He previously served as the Director of Religious Affairs at the Islamic Center of Southern California, the oldest and largest mosque in the Los Angeles area.
Rabbi Susan Nanus is an Associate Rabbi, and the Director of Adult Programs at Wilshire Boulevard Temple where she preaches, teaches, produces, and curates a vast array of cultural and educational programs for her congregants and the Los Angeles Jewish community at large. She is committed to the Jewish value of Tikkun Olam - repairing the world - through interfaith outreach, understanding, and friendship as a way to combat racism, hatred, intolerance, and antisemitism.