Mission: Mission statement: the organization is dedicated to promoting fellowship, understanding, and respect among all religions and cultures; to bringing the community together through education, dialogue, and interaction; and to addressing issues rooted in intolerance, anti-semitism, and unjust discrimination.
Programs: Noted episcopalian priest, professor and author, barbara brown taylor, shared her perspectives on interfaith matters to over 250 attendees at the fellowship's annual dinner.
international syndicated "miss manners" judith martin shared her etiquette expertise to nearly 200 attendees at the fellowship's annual luncheon. Her powerful presentation of "the civility wars" identified the importantance of etiquette and common courtesy as a tool for everyday life.
the fellowship sponsored four palm beach county teachers to attend workshops covering holocaust studies and human relations at boston, massachusetts-based facing history & ourselves. These teachers returned to our area prepared to incorporate what they learned into the critical writing assignments aligned with the common core cirriculum to hundreds of students in palm beach county.