The Arizona InterFaith Movement (AIM) began in 1996, when Dr. Paul Eppinger (former Director of the Arizona Ecumenical Council) began to organize monthly meetings between Valley religious leaders. These sessions resulted in the creation of a steering committee for the InterFaith Action Coalition of...
The Roger Williams National Memorial celebrates the life of Roger Williams (1603-83), the founder of Rhode Island, and the American ideal of religious freedom. Williams, who was banished from Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1636 for preaching freedom of conscience ("soul liberty") and the...
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Phone: 212-967-7707 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.tanenbaum.org/ The Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding’s primary mission is to promote “mutual respect” through “practical programs that bridge religious difference and combat prejudice.” Tanebaum was founded in 1992 by Georgette Bennett, as a way to build upon the legacy of her late husband, Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum, a leader and... Read more about Tanenbaum | Center for Interreligious Understanding
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Phone: 617-650-4457 Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.iwj.org/locations/massachusetts History
The description of the committee on the United Way of Massachusetts Bay website provides this history of the Ana da Hora Workers Center: "A Brazilian community organizer, Ms. Ana Maria da Hora, and an American physician, Dr. Jonathan Fine, knew that many Brazilian and Latino immigrants in East Boston and... Read more about Massachusetts Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice, Inc.
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Phone: 617-277-0036 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://coopmet.org/ruah/ Description
RUAH Spirituality Institute, located at All Saints Parish in Brookline, MA, is an interfaith, non-profit corporation dedicated to spiritual development. The group sponsors a variety of workshops devoted to interfaith understanding and a common pursuit of a deeper spiritual life, drawing from a variety of traditions in its... Read more about RUAH Spirituality Institute
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Phone: 617-244-0755 Email: MIPandL@MIPandL.org Website: http://www.mipandl.org History
According to the MIP&L website, "In 1994, Episcopal Power and Light was founded by the Reverend Sally Bingham and Steve MacAusland (who is the Co-Founder of MIP&L) as a religious response to global warming. Episcopal Power and Light had its earliest success in California where more than... Read more about Massachusetts Interfaith Power & Light
The Nashua Council of Churches was founded in the 1940s to establish a dialogue among the churches in the Nashua area. In the 1990s the members of this organization become an interfaith council, expanding their welcome to local synagogues, the Islamic community, the Spiritual Assembly of Bahais,... Read more about Greater Nashua Interfaith Council