Interfaith

Top-Level Presbyterians and Jews Hold Dialogue on Israel

October 1, 2004

Source: PCA USA News

http://www.wfn.org/2004/10/msg00006.html

On October 1, 2004 PCA USA News reported, "Top-level Jewish and Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) leaders held strained but polite dialogue here Tuesday about the PC (USA) General Assembly's decision earlier this summer to divest from companies who profit from Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza. While the two parties agreed on a mutual commitment to peace in the Middle East, there was little yielding on divestment...

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Controversial TV Show, "Faith Under Fire" Explores Faith and Ethics

October 1, 2004

Source: Chicago Sun-Times

http://www.suntimes.com/output/falsani/cst-nws-fals01.html

On October 1, 2004 the Chicago Sun Times reported, "Lee Strobel, a former teaching pastor at Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington and author of the best-selling book The Case for Christ, chronicling his 1981 conversion from atheism to Christianity, is seated behind the wood-toned 'Faith Under Fire' anchor desk perusing his notes and practicing his introductory lines...

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Interfaith Dialogue Dinner in Atlanta Area

October 1, 2004

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

http://www.ajc.com/metro/content/metro/gwinnett/1004/02turk.html

On October 1, 2004 Atlanta Journal Constitution reported, "officials at the Istanbul Cultural Center in Norcross are sponsoring their second Interfaith Dialogue Dinner on October 21. The annual event will be an opportunity for clergy and lay people of all faiths to talk about their differences — and hopefully find new areas of common ground. The event comes...

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Putin Warns of Surge in Hate Crimes Against Muslims After Recent Terrorist Attacks

September 30, 2004

Source: Russian Independent Internet Digest/The Moscow Times

http://putinru.com/news/item/30576.html

On September 30, 2004 The Moscow Times reported, "President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday warned of a surge in hate crimes in response to the recent terrorist attacks and urged church leaders to help diffuse tensions. 'It is clear that letting criminals push us around by stirring up anti-terrorist anger among people of different faiths and ethnicities is absolutely inadmissible,'...

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Students Rally Against Hate Crimes at Cal Berkeley

September 30, 2004

Source: The Daily Californian

http://www.dailycal.org/article.php?id=16292

On September 30, 2004 The Daily Californian reported, "senior Dena Rifahie, a victim of an alleged hate crime against her and seven other Muslim females two weeks ago, and dozens of other students and faculty members gathered in Lower Sproul Plaza to bring to light the recent surge of alleged hate crimes on campus and to rally the students who were victims of the crimes. Organized by the Chancellor...

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U.S. Commends Sierra Leone on Religious Tolerance

September 29, 2004

Source: AllAfrica.com/The Independent (Freetown)

http://allafrica.com/stories/200409290746.html

On September 29, 2004 The Independent (Freetown) reported, "On September 16, the United States Department of State in the US rated Sierra Leone high for international religious freedom in its annual report this year. It is the sixth annual International Religious Freedom report. The report outlines barriers to and improvements in religious freedom in countries throughout the world...

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Wilson County Interfaith Services, Inc. of North Carolina

This data was last updated on 12 November 2020.

Address: P.O. Box 2164, Wilson NC 27894-2164
Phone: 252-291-7278
Email: contact@hs-wilson.org
Website: http://hopestation-wilson.org/
Mission: Wilson County Interfaith Services serves low-income persons in Wilson County, NC, by providing food for those who are hungry, shelter for those who are homeless, and financial assistance for families in crisis.

 

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Multi-Faith Centre Opens at Brock University

September 28, 2004

Source: Brock Press

http://www.brockpress.com/news/2004/09/28/Opinion/The-Storey.Of.The.MultiFaith.Centre-734443.shtml

On September 28, 2004 the Brock Press reported, "The opening of the new Multi-Faith Centre (in the former Trillium Dining Room next to the Tower Cafeteria) is a positive sign for religious diversity at Brock [University]. The new Centre contains an 'Islamic Centre' housing prayer space for Muslim students...

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Proposal for Partnerships Between Schools and Houses of Worship in PA

September 28, 2004

Source: Christian Science Monitor

http://www.csmonitor.com/2004/0928/p11s02-legn.html

On September 28, 2004 the Christian Science Monitor reported, "Paul Vallas has been spending Sunday mornings in the pulpit recently, but he's no preacher. As CEO of the 210,000- student School District of Philadelphia, he's been speaking at weekend services in houses of worship across Philadelphia, extolling the potential of the school-faith partnership, and asking congregants for help...

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Peninsula Interfaith Action

This data was last updated on 7 May 2020.

Address: 1336 Arroyo Ave , San Carlos, CA 94070-3913
Phone: 650-592-9181
Email: piapico@sbcglobal.net
Mission: Peninsula Interfaith Action acts together to address quality of life issues such as community development, education, fiscal reform, health care, housing, immigration, and public safety.

 

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Marin Interfaith Homeless Chaplaincy

This data was last updated on 5 May 2020.

Address: 1113 Second Street, San Rafael, CA 94901
Phone: 415-459-6452
Email: info@streetchaplaincy.org
Website: http://www.homelesschaplaincy.org
Mission: The Street Chaplaincy brings compassionate spiritual care to unsheltered persons living in Marin County and builds community between homeless persons and non-homeless faith communities and other organizations...

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