Jonathan Bornman speaks on a Mennonite understanding of end times at Mellinger Mennonite Church as part of an “End Times” tour sponsored by Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society on May 14, 2016. The day trip included visits to five places of worship to learn about different views of the End of the Age.
Rev. Peter Hahn gives a presentation on end times from a Catholic perspective at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church.
Daniel Kaldas, a deacon, (left) and Father Michael Abraham (right) of St. Mary Coptic Orthodox Church present on the Coptic views of doctrine and end times.
Participants in the interfaith “End Times” tour isten to the Coptic presentation of end times by Father Michael Abraham and Daniel Kaldas (not pictured) in St. Mary Coptic Orthodox Church.
Deacon Daniel Kaldas presents a Coptic understanding of Christian doctrine and end times at St. Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church.
Deacon Daniel Kaldas (standing, left) and Father Michael Abraham (standing, right) among participants of the “End Times” tour.
Participants in the “End Times” tour are served lunch after a presentation at St. Mary Coptic Orthodox Church.
Rabbi Shaya Sackett of Degel Israel Congregation in Lancaster presents a Jewish understanding of doctrine and end times.
Rabbi Sackett (standing, left) welcomes participants on the“End Times” tour.
Imam Fuad Al-Zubeiry of the Islamic Center of Lancaster explains doctrine and end times from a Muslim perspective to tour participants.
Visitors listen as Imam Fuad Al-Zubeiry (standing, left) of the Islamic Center of Lancaster explains end times from a Muslim perspective.