Sukkah Serenade, Featuring the Broadway Chorus. 5–7 p.m. Sunday, Marcus Jewish Community Center, Zaban Park, 5342 Tilly Mill Road, Dunwoody. An evening of singing, eating and relaxing with friends in the Sukkah. Bring your own picnic dinner or purchase food directly from Goodfriend’s Grill at a 10% discount. Free and open to the community.
Musical Drama: “A Mother’s Heart.” 7 p.m. Sept. 29, fellowship theater room at Saint Philip AME Church. A modern morality play about a mother and two sons battling evil and working for good. Appropriate for the whole family. Tickets $8- $10 at http://gigiandbrendaamotersheart.eventbrite.com/, 240 Candler Road S.E., Atlanta. 404-371-0749.
coLAB Atlanta 2013. A conference for pastors to come together to sharpen their ministry to students through developing leadership, evangelism, discipleship, brainstorming and teamwork. McNair Wilson, former Disney Imagineer, and a theme park concept designer, will be the lead-off speaker. McNair worked with Youth For Christ and was a part of the early years of Youth Specialties. McNair has helped organizations like NASA, Apple, Atlanta’s Olympic Games, Chick-fil-a and Universal Studios think creatively. 2 p.m. Sept. 30. $45. Cross Pointe Church at Gwinnett Center, 1800 Satellite Blvd. Duluth. 678 812-45oo.
An Evening with Ravi Zacharias, Dennis Prager and Jeff Foxworthy. Nationally syndicated radio show host Dennis Prager and world-renowned Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias will be introduced by comedian Jeff Foxworthy as they appear on stage together at Perimeter Church Atlanta in Johns Creek. The goal of this event is to allow two prominent religious voices, one Jewish (Prager), and one evangelical Christian (Ravi), to engage in an open, honest and entertaining dialogue about these challenges we face as a nation and civilization. 7 p.m., Oct 17. Tickets are $20, and $100 for VIP reserved seating and admittance to a catered pre-show VIP reception at 6 p.m. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/464796.
Walk the Road in Peoplestown. Experience the diversity of housing in Peoplestown and the challenges facing this neighborhood. 3-6 p.m. Sunday, Emmaus House, 1017 Hank Aaron Drive S.E., Atlanta. 404-525-5948, ext. 10.
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