Dec. 18 Interfaith Panel on “Being Non-Christian in Albuquerque”

Potato Latkes

The Congregation Albert Brotherhood will hold a Sunday morning potato latke brunch with an interfaith panel discussion on “Being Non-Christian in Albuquerque” on December 18 at 10:00 a.m. This timely program, a week before Christmas, features leaders from Muslim, Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist communities in Albuquerque speaking and answering questions.

The brunch menu includes those deep-fried Chanukah favorites, potato latkes and sufganiyot (jelly donuts), corned beef hash, eggs, fruit, beverages and more. Costs for the brunch and program are $10 for Congregation Albert Brotherhood and Sisterhood members, and $12 for everyone else.

RSVP by December 15 to, or call 505-883-1818 ext. 3203 and leave your name, telephone number, and the number of people who will attend.



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