Where on Earth are we going? And what can we do about it? Presented by: Inter-religious Action Network Faith Forum 2011 The current global economic, environmental and social justice crises are some of the issues defining this period in human history. Increasing numbers of people of all religious, ideological and political persuasions are joining the growing [...]
Oberlin, Ohio: Danna Mitchell and Angela Padilla both thought they were the only Baha’is in town. A series of coincidences led the two of them to each other, and a whole new Baha’i Community sprung up in this progressive college town.
The Inter-Religious Action Network of Washington County held the 13th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, November 21, 2010 at the LDS Hillsboro Stake. Approximately 300 people shared music and sacred words and then joined together for the fellowship meal after the service. A benefit offering for Family Bridge shelter raised nearly $1500. The Interfaith [...]
By Kay Kelly At a recent PTO meeting for Erroll Hassell Elementary School, our principal, Dr. Clemens-Brower, began explaining about the upcoming Cultural Week at the school. The children would be learning about different cultures in various ways throughout the week, including a family night of numerous cultures experienced through art and music. She also [...]
Spirit Forum is a series of monthly brown bag lunches and intimate conversations among people of all cultures and faiths. The theme of the series is ‘Awakening the Spirit Within’ and the intent is to discern the essence of life in all life so that we might develop a deeper appreciation for our planet, its [...]
“One cannot call one World Faith superior to another, as they all come from God.” ~ Bahá’u’lláh
Washington County’s churches, synagogues, mosques and faith communities will hold their annual Interfaith Thanksgiving celebration on November 21. The theme of this year’s service is “‘Thank You’ is a Mighty Powerful Prayer.”