Join together with people of faith from across the city for a special evening service that will feature testimonies from local residents, prayers from Boston's interfaith leaders, and a non-partisan call to Senator Elizabeth Warren and Mayor Walsh for dignity and diligence in this time of heightened social tension and political transition. Hosted by the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center.
Pluralism Project Summary:
The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO) worked with several different Boston faith communities in order to put on the event, “Out of Many, One... Read more about Out of Many, One: An Interfaith Call for Dignity & Diligence
On February 11 2017, the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC) will host its Winter Gala, Leading with Love to support ISBCC’s efforts in responding to the divisive rhetoric that has taken over in recent times. It will be an exciting night of community building and coming together with special presentations by partner organizations: Institute of Social Policy and Understanding (ISPU), Mercy to All Mankind, an Unity Productions Foundation (UPF) who will share an exclusive screening of their latest film ‘The Sultan...Read more about ISBCC Winter Gala: Leading With Love
In response to the Trump Administration's announced Muslim ban, CAIR Massachusetts is holding a protest in Copley Square at the site of the Khalil Gibran Plaque - Gibran was an immigrant from Lebanon. At 2:30 pm there will be a Muslim prayer in the Square. All are encouraged to attend - please spread widely!
A Humanist Hub religious ally, Laura Everett is a four-season bike commuter in Boston, pastor in the United Church of Christ, and author of "Holy Spokes: The Search for Urban Spirituality on Two Wheels." She currently serves as the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Council of Churches.
Laura writes and reflects on urban spirituality, noting that much contemporary spirituality focuses on finding the holy in the wilderness. Yet for those of us who feel called to cities, or do not have the option to leave, where do we find the transcendent in the daily disciplines of urban life?
What can... Read more about Laura Everett: The Good Life on Two Wheels
Join Humanist Chaplain and Hub Executive Director Greg Epstein for his monthly talk at the Hub: with music, food, poetry, discussion, and more.
This talk will be great for newcomers, and we will have childcare available.
Find out more here.
Boston Common, 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111, USA
Take a stand against hate!
Join us this Sunday, May 28th from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. at Parkman Bandstand, Boston Commons, 139 Tremont Street for a Silent vigil in solidarity with victims of the Manchester bombing. Bring signs!!!
Organizers: Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom,Boston Chapter; Massachusetts American Muslims - MAAM
PURPOSE: The purpose of this vigil is to peacefully gather to honor the life and memory of Srinivas Kuchibhotla, who was killed on February 22, 2017 by Adam Purinton who believed that Mr. Kuchibhotla did not belong to our American community.
INVITATION: We plead with all community organizations to join us to unite against forces that are tearing us apart. We would be very grateful if you would invite your friends, family, colleagues, and like-minded organizations in coming together as...
The Common Street Spiritual Center will be sponsoring its fourth Abrahamic Trialogue followed by an interfaith Iftar meal. This event will be during the month of Ramadan, when Muslims fast during the daylight hours, and the Iftar is the fast-breaking meal that begins when the sun goes down. We invite you to bring your families and children to join in the program and the meal!
The program will include three brief presentations (Jewish, Christian, and Muslim) on the theme of "... Read more about Interfaith Dialogue and Iftar Celebration
Interfaith Center, 58 Winthrop St, Medford, MA 02155, USA
Come celebrate Ramadan and learn about the Islamic faith with Tufts Muslim Chaplain Celene Ibrahim, Cambridge City Councillor Nadeem Mazen and The Welcome Project! Join the Tufts Muslim Student Association on Wednesday, June 14th at the Tufts Interfaith Center for an immersive experience. Doors open at 7:30, meal served after the sunset prayer. All are welcome.The Welcome Project and Jetpac will be in attendance. The event is co-sponsored by the Tufts University Muslim Alumni Association (TUMAA). Community members are encouraged to support our program with a...
Did you, your parents, your grandparents or your ancestors come to this great nation by land, sea or air? Well, then this event is for you! Event Opening Speaker: Vivek Bald - Sikh American MIT Scholar, writer & documentary film maker. Join us in this discussion moderated by Dr. V. Kasturi Rangan, Professor of Marketing and co-chair of the Social Enterprise Initiative at Harvard Business School.
We are honored to have an outstanding panel consisting of:
Commissioner William Evans - Boston Police Department
Genevieve Nadeau - Chief, Civil Rights Division, Office of...
Barker Ctr, 12 Quincy St, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
Please join the Pluralism Project as it convenes religious, interfaith and civic leaders of Greater Boston for a roundtable discussion on what resources, skills, and help communities can offer one another in these increasingly tense times. Collaborators at the event include civic leaders, leaders of Muslim, Jewish, Christian, and Sikh communities in the greater Boston area, and leaders of some of the interfaith and multicultural councils that have become something of a rapid-response team following incidents of threat, bias, or hate. The Pluralism Project will use insights gleaned from this... Read more about Roundtable Discussion: Response and Resilience in Multireligious Boston
Boston -- A dispute over a proposed Muslim cemetery in a small Central Massachusetts town is deepening, as the state attorney general and the U.S. attorney’s office have intervened, warning local officials they could be violating civil-rights laws.
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