San Francisco Sees First Interfaith Sacred Space Competition

February 15, 2004

Source: The San Francisco Chronicle

On February 15, 2004 The San Francisco Chronicle reported, "Christians carry crosses. Taoists take the watercourse way. Jews follow the Star of David. But how do you design a sacred space where people of all faiths can feel at home? It's not easy, but that did not stop a group of architects and idealists meeting in San Francisco this weekend to judge the first-ever Interfaith Sacred Space Competition, which drew 157 entries from 17 countries."