Interfaith Outreach Calendar 2018-19

Interfaith Outreach Calendar 2018-19

Interfaith Outreach Team: Carolyn McNiff, Larry Maloney, Fr. Carl Chudy |Our Lady of Fatima Shrine | Holliston, MA

In collaboration with the Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project and the Open Spirit Multifaith Collaborative in Framingham, Massachusetts, we would like to extend an invitation to you to our upcoming interfaith programs this year into 2019. More events will be added.
Contact Fr. Carl Chudy for more information: mailto:cchudy@xaverianmissionaries.org.

Shalom | Peace | Salam

Interfaith Workshop: “Breathing Together: An Interfaith Diversity Workshop.” Engage with People of different religious backgrounds to share our stories, beliefs and rituals…Sunday, Oct 14 & 28: 2pm – 4:30pm @Congregation Beth El, 105 Hudson Rd., Sudbury.

Metrowest Interfaith Dialogue Project presents: Loving and Listening: Honoring Diversity in our Multifaith Neighbors. It will be our first gathering of Jews, Christians, Muslims, and others in our community. October 27, 7 – 9 pm @Temple Beth Torah, and October 28, 12 pm – 5 pm @Our Lady of Fatima Shrine in Holliston. Suggested donation: $15, includes lunch. Register at hollistoninterfaith.org or at hollistoninterfaith@gmail.com.

The Multifaith Collaborative presents: Inspiring Courage: Stories of Passion and Compassion. Sylvia Ruth Gutmann (Holocaust Survivor and Author) Her book, A Life Rebuilt: The Remarkable Transformation of a War Orphan, shares her courageous story leading to a life of advocacy and education. Sunday, November 4th, 3 pm – 5 pm @The Open Spirit Center, Framingham. Suggested donation $15.

The Parliament of Worlds Religions will convene November 1 – 7 @the Toronto Convention Center. Fr. Carl Chudy, Kathleen Greene (Director of the Yale Humanist Community, and Amanda Hovemeyer (Interfaith Activist) will present a program November 5th, 3 pm on religious/nonreligious dialogue and collaboration. For more details click here. parliamentofreligions.org/

Common Ground: Secular Humanists, Religious Believers and Atheists in Dialogue. Sunday, November 25, 4:30 pm @The Open Spirit Center in Framingham.

Common Ground: Secular Humanists, Religious Believers and Atheists in Dialogue. Sunday, December 30, 4:30 pm @The Open Spirit Center in Framingham

Common Ground: Secular Humanists, Religious Believers and Atheists in Dialogue. Sunday, January 27, 2019, 4:30 pm @The Open Spirit Center in Framingham
Common Ground: Secular Humanists, Religious Believers and Atheists in Dialogue. Sunday, February 4, 2019, 4:30 pm @The Open Spirit Center in Framingham

The Multifaith Collaborative presents: Inspiring Courage: Stories of Passion and Compassion. Rashin Fahandej, Artist/Film maker: Rashin’s work centers on personal histories, marginalized voices, and the role of media and public collaboration in generating social change. Sunday, March 3, 2019th, 3 pm – 5 pm @The Open Spirit Center, Framingham. Suggested donation $15.

Common Ground: Secular Humanists, Religious Believers and Atheists in Dialogue. Sunday, March 31, 2019, 4:30 pm @The Open Spirit Center in Framingham

The Multifaith Collaborative presents: Inspiring Courage: Stories of Passion and Compassion. Joti Royster, Upasika, Buddhist Lay Renunciant. Joti is affiliated with Temple Forest Monastery in the Thai Forest Tradition. The conversation will focus on peace, and joyful living through the radical action of change from within. Sunday, April 28th, 3 pm – 5 pm @The Open Spirit Center, Framingham. Suggested donation $15.

Common Ground: Secular Humanists, Religious Believers and Atheists in Dialogue. Sunday, May 26, 2019, 4:30 pm @The Open Spirit Center in Framingham

The Multifaith Collaborative presents: Inspiring Courage: Stories of Passion and Compassion. Diego Low is director of the Metrowest Worker Center, an advocate of worker and immigrant rights, and a member of the Framingham Friend Meeting (Quaker) He will share his story of compassion, community, and justice-seeking. Sunday, June 9th, 3 pm – 5 pm @The Open Spirit Center, Framingham. Suggested donation $15.

Revised October 1, 2018