This is Real Interfaith

...but this is for me.

We’re allowed to disagree, we’re allowed to be curious, we’re allowed to have opinions, and we don’t have to be the same. We come together because we are different and we depart from each other strengthened with knowledge and a very real sense of community. [Read more...]

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Interfaith is a Two-way Street

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I choose to act as a member of Women of Faith because I know that the same thing that my Muslim neighbors are experiencing now could happen to any of us. There could be a brick through my window as easily as Safaa’s and the best protection we all have is the light of understanding. [Read more...]

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The Whole Community

Women of Faith of Rutherford County at Kymari House

Coming together to benefit children in our community– not the Pagan community and not any specific religious community, but the whole community, is some of the most important stuff we can do. [Read more...]

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Iftar

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This was Southern hospitality at its best. Or, at least, this is what Southern hospitality should look like. [Read more...]

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Through the Brambles

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Getting into interfaith work is not easy. Every time I was in front of a news camera or a crowd, saying that I’m a Pagan priestess and that I support religious freedom, I was afraid my eldest daughter would be harassed at school or I’d get a brick through my window. [Read more...]

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