WAYLAND – Recent world events point to the need to reach out to our neighbors, especially those who practice different faiths.
The Framingham Interfaith Book Club and the Islamic Center Interfaith
Book Club are co-sponsoring an opportunity to reach out to one another, to learn together and form friendships.
Join us on Saturday, March 30, from 3 to 5 p.m., at the Islamic Center of Boston in Wayland.
The afternoon will begin with a presentation by Jennifer Peace, co-editor of My Neighbor’s Faith, Stories of Interreligious Encounter, Growth and Transformation.
Peace is co-director of the Center for Inter-Religious and Communal Leadership Education (CIRCLE) in Newton.
Her presentation will be followed by small group discussions.
Pastor Ted Cross of Community United Methodist Church in Wayland said “The community meeting of the Interfaith Book Club always offers a terrific opportunity for us to meet our neighbors and learn together. I’m continually blessed by the new friends made and the truths shared at this event.”
The Islamic Center is located at 126 Boston Post Road, Wayland. All are welcome.
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