A Call for Unity Schedule
Sunday, September 17, 2006, 3:30 p.m. at the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, UC Davis.
Sunday, September 17, 2006, 3:30 p.m. at the Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts, UC Davis. Tickets are on sale at the UC Davis Mondavi Center Box Office. Prices range from $10–$20. For ticket information: telephone (530) 754-ARTS (2787); patrons with disabilities (530) 754-4435; website: www.mondaviarts.org; e-mail: email@example.com.
Carl K Naluai Jr., Mark K. Sheldon and Dr. Guylene Gigi Tree
Psalm 23—words chanted in Hebrew, accompanied by the shofar horn.
Host Darrell Steinberg
Antioch Progressive Church Mass Choir under the direction of Reggie Graham
“Lift Him Up” by Joeworn Martin
“In Your Presence”—composed by Twinkie Clark
Mary Youngblood and the Sisters of the Earth
Performing the title track from her Grammy Award winning album, “Beneath the Raven Moon” and “Dance With the Wind.”
Ken Cross, Sacramento Habitat for Humanity
Film: Sacramento Habitat for Humanity
Quetzalcoatl Caitlali Aztec Dancers
Danza Mexica—the dance of the Mexica people.
Reconciliation Singers Voices of Peace (RSVP)
“Oh How Beautiful This Finely Woven Earth”—words by Gaia Willis Owens, music by Greg Jasperse
“Children Will Listen” by Stephen Sondheim, arrangement by RSVP
“It Takes a Village”—West African proverb by Joan Szymko, solo by Cory Cunningham
Scientology Choir and Interfaith Friends
“Brand New Day”—music and words by Desmonde Linda Michaela, arrangement by Dave Kear and Henry Robinett
“Peace”—music and words by Desmonde Linda Michaela, arrangement by Dave Kear and Henry Robinett
Jeff vonKaenel, News & Review
Imam Mohammed Abdul Azeez
Performing the “99 names of God.”
In one Islamic tradition, the Prophet Muhammad used to call God by all his names: Allahumma inni ad‘uka bi asma’ika al-husna kulliha.
O God, I invoke you with all of your beautiful names.
Bharatanatyam dancers Palavi Gopal, Dipika Gopal and Amutha Valli Rajagopal
Performing “Malari,” an invocation dance that leads into a devotional song entitled “Vaishnavjana tho,” written by Indian poet Narsi Mehta 500 years ago and a favorite hymn of Mahatma Gandhi.
2006 Building Unity Award
Rev. Dr. David Thompson, accompanied by previous Building Unity Award winners Dr. Metwali Amer, Richard Montgomery, Reverend Faith Whitmore and Dexter McNamara from the Interfaith Service Bureau, will present the Building Unity Award to recipients Reverends Michael and Faith Moran.
Spiritual Life Center choir
“The Reconciliation Song”—words and music by Morris Chapman, Buddy Owens and Claire Cloniger, arrangement by Don Hart
“Are You Ready for a Miracle?”—words and music by Art Reynolds and Bunny Hill
“Guide My Feet”—traditional spiritual music
Lineup and times are subject to change.