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Faith and Doubt in Dialogue: Rabbi Angela Buchdahl and Pastor Amy Butler

Tuesday, January 23, 2024, 6:30–7:30 pm

In Person (Main Sanctuary) & Virtual (Zoom)

In such fractured and chaotic times, it’s easy to feel spiritually unmoored. How can we face all the beautiful and terrible things that happen in our lives? Join Central Synagogue’s Rabbi Angela Buchdahl and Community Church of Honolulu’s Pastor Amy Butler as they delve into the nature of faith, the inevitability of doubt, the importance of radical love, and the transformative power of community. This fascinating dialogue will explore the faith-spanning resonance of Butler’s memoir, Beautiful and Terrible Things: Faith, Doubt, and Discovering a Way Back to Each Other

Pastor Amy Butler is the founder of Invested Faith and currently serves as Pastor at the Community Church of Honolulu. She grew up in a conservative Evangelical family in the diverse culture of the Hawaiian Islands. Her family and Hawaiian culture taught her early about ‘ohana... that sticking together and learning to live what we believe is one of the most powerful and radical ways we can show up in the world. Pastor Amy lives in Hawaii and is a mother to three children.