Houston has a story to tell — one about diverse religions co-existing and thriving in one city.It’s a tale with countless narrators, multiple interpretations and a number of interesting details, a story Rev. Greg Han, director of interfaith relations at Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston, hopes to spotlight.Han hosts the new “Interfaith Podcast Project,” which launched on Monday. Each show features an in-depth conversation with a member of one of Houston’s faith communities. Each series focuses on a particular topic.
Many students know that Duke’s motto is “Eruditio et Religio,” but what do the words meaning erudition and religion truly look like in practice? A new living learning community is bringing the phrase to life.
Join interfaith youth from Boston and learn about their life-changing summer peacebuilding experiences! Speakers will include:
-7th and 8th graders who completed Kids4Peace Boston Peace Leader Camp in New Hampshire
-9th graders who participated in the Jerusalem Peacebuilders Service Learning Program, exploring interfaith citizenship and working with refugees alongside Israeli and Palestinian teens
-10th graders who learned about the power of advocacy and social change with peers from Jerusalem during the Kids4Peace Global Institute in Washington, DC
-11th - 12th graders who put their... Read more about Kids4Peace Boston 7th Annual Summer Celebration of Learning
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