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The Multi-Faith Collaborative
The Multi-Faith Collaborative brings people from diverse spiritual and cultural traditions together to build bridges of understanding, appreciation, and friendship.
Our offerings have included:
Celebrations of holidays from our different faith traditions, including periodic Shabbat dinners, Passover Seders, an annual Iftar (the Muslim fast-breaking during the season of Ramadan) and more. The celebrations are open to people of all faiths and people who do not identify with a faith tradition, and are opportunities to learn and build community in a joyous setting.
A monthly interfaith book club and periodic special book discussions.
Multi-faith prayer, meditation and music gatherings in times of community crisis.
Comparative scripture studies on themes such as loving kindness and creation.
A monthly gathering called "Common Ground," which facilitates dialogue between people who identify with a faith tradition and those who identify as secular humanists, agnostics or atheists.
A "Spiritual and Healing" panel discussion series, reflecting on healing in different spiritual traditions.
Our special programs include:
Learn more about the Multi-Faith's Collaborative's special programs
World Interfaith Harmony Week Celebration
World Religions Day Celebration at Open Spirit
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Multi-Faith Collaborative Planning Committee:
Rabbinic Pastor Matia Angelou
Rev. Dr. Fran Bogle
Father Carl Chudy
Rev. Dr. Debbie Clark
Neela de Zoysa
Layli Maparyan, Ph.D
Dennis Pearne, Ed.D
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