Newsletter June 16, 2016
Human, But Different
One day we celebrate the beauty of it all, the next we mourn. The struggle of learning to live together in our evermore diverse and connected world goes in predictable cycles. Yet, something unprecedented is happening right now.
Democrats and Republicans, Muslims and Christians, the 99% and […]Continue Reading →
In the most recent issue of Spectrum, Ruben Sanchez wrote an article about Faith House Manhattan. The article takes you through an immersion, and muses on the nature of diversity.
Experiencing your neighbor’s faith is easier when someone guides you, because as Henry D. Thoreau said, “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you […]Continue Reading →
Enlightenment and Liberation: A Conference by Union Seminary
This international conference promises to be of historic uniqueness and importance. It brings together Buddhist and Christian activists and scholars from around the world to discuss the unnecessary sufferings that afflict persons and planet today.
If widespread suffering, due to what Buddhists call greed and Christians call […]Continue Reading →
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
1:05pm – 1:55pm • Trinity Church
This program will be webcast live and on-demand.
Dr. Samir Selmanovic of Faith House Manhattan leads a conversation with Dr. Michael Merrill of Van Arsdale, Jr., Center for Labor Studies, Carolyn Klaasen of Union Theological Seminary and […]Continue Reading →
The Harvard Interfaith Collaborative invited Faith House Manhattan’s Founder Samir Selmanovic to speak for their 9/11 event titled: Interfaith Conversations on the Tenth Anniversary of 9/11
The Harvard Interfaith Collaborative is comprised of the Harvard Chaplains, the student-driven Harvard College Interfaith Council, The Center for the Study of World Religions, The Pluralism Project, Harvard […]Continue Reading →
A broad coalition of interfaith, nonprofit, governmental, and nongovernmental groups, are joining forces for a rally in resonse to Congressional hearings assessing “the radicalization of Muslim communities in America.” Join us in protecting religious freedom!
Sunday, March 6th at 2pm
42nd Street and 7th Avenue
Computers for Youth (CFY)
Type of Engagement: Computers for Youth is an educational non-profit organization whose mission is to improve low-income students’ performance at school by improving their learning environment at home. In order to […]Continue Reading →
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