How to Host an Interfaith Dinner

CookingThe idea to host an interfaith dinner group for lay people in our community of Melrose, MA came about after learning about the “circle groups” at IARF (International Association for Religious Freedom) Congresses. These groups are comprised of individuals of different religions, who meet together during the Congress. The purpose is: for participants to talk about their faith traditions, to share that which is meaningful to them, and to establish relationships with people of different faiths. Hosting an interfaith dinner

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Can a purpose for religion be deduced?

Religion largely aims to instill the Golden Rule, emphasizing compassion across different traditions, as highlighted on Karen Armstrong’s This ethos, promoting altruism, drives human survival and outlines initiatives like the Unitarian Universalist Association’s commitment to transforming the world through liberating love, addressing global ills such as hate, greed, and social inequalities.

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