Get to know each other and our faith traditions that inspire us
Gain insights about each other and to see how much we share in common
To discover how interfaith action makes a difference
Mission and Goals of the Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project
The Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project is a collaborative network of religious leaders and advocates representing diverse faith traditions, also includingour friends and neighbors who don’t identify with any specific faith tradition.
We attempt to bring together members of our congregations and communities and the larger public in the interfaith dialogue of life, religious experience, justice, theology, and spirituality. As religious leaders and advocates, we seek to foster the truth of our oneness as a humanity, as well as provide space for holding our differences together with reverence. We provide these dialogue opportunities in order: Goals
To come to know one another and the faith traditions that inspire us as we celebrate our diversity.
To deepen our faith and spirituality by experiencing other religious perspectives that remind us of our connectedness through our common values.
To develop our interfaith literacy that is reflected in the unique faith lives of those who we encounter.
To bring the power of our collective interfaith voice to bear on the issues facing the larger communities in which we serve.
Contact us for information on our activities and how you can be involved.
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