After attending the Living Room event “(Re)Discover the Treasures of Islam in America” Bruce Wallace wrote this wonderful reflection.

Samir Selmanovic gave the keynote address at Harvard University’s 9/11 interfaith event.  See below:

Under Abraham’s Tent” Episcopal Church and Visual Arts Exhibit

Faith House Manhattan’s Bowie Snodgrass was interviewed on Doug Pagitt Radio.

PHOTOS: Park51: Disputed mosque opens up its doors
By Emily Anne Epstein, August 30, 2011

Wild Goose Festival Interfaith Events and Guests in the News!

VIDEO FEATURE by Kitchen Table Member, Sean McGinn “Justice, Spirituality and the Arts: The Wild Goose Festival 2011” Odyssey Networks

A broader church: Fun in the woods with gay, tattooed and generally liberal folk The Economist

Wild Goose Day 3: mingling of faith traditions” The National Catholic Reporter

The Wild Goose Revival for Doubters and Jesus Victims (Like Me)” Frank Schaeffer, The Huffington Post

Progressive Christians Flock to Wild Goose Festival The Associated Baptist Press

Dueling Protests over Ground Zero Mosque
Samir Selmanovic interviewed about the “Ground Zero Mosque” by CBS News for Aug. 22, 2010.

See Samir at 2:06:

Embracing ‘holy awkwardness’ in interfaith experiences
Bulletin inserts for Aug. 22 describe interfaith efforts at Faith House Manhattan
By Bowie Snodgrass, Episcopal Life Online, August 2010

Interfaith Movement Gains New Strength
By Julia Duin, The Washington Times, April 5, 2010

“Has the story reached thee, of the honored guests of Abraham?”
By Bowie Snodgrass, Anglican Theological Review, Winter 2010

Meet a religious peacemaker who wants to celebrate our uniqueness
By David Crumm, Read the Spirit, December 2009

Looking to Other Religions, and to Atheism, for Clarity in Faith
By Peter Steinfels, Beliefs Column, New York Times, November 2009

Atheism 3.0 finds a little more room for religion
By Daniel Burke, Religion News Service, USA Today, October 2009

“On the flip side, atheists too, can be a “blessing” for believers, said Samir Selmanovic, co-founder and co-leader of New York’s interreligious Faith House Manhattan and author of It’s Really All About God: Reflections of a Muslim Atheist Jewish Christian... Atheists are ‘God’s whistle-blowers,’ who keep believers honest and focused on the here-and-now, Selmanovic said. ‘Atheism at its best grabs us by the collar and throws us to the ground, demanding to see lives well lived, forcing us to dig deeper and live up to the best of our own religions,’ he writes.”

Stories from Global Victims of Climate Change — And an Interfaith Call to Action
By Juliet rabia Gentile, GOD’S politics,, October 2009

The ‘Emergent Church’ – Growing But Hard to Define
By Lisa B. Hamilton, Episcopal Life Online, March 2009

Samir Selmanovic and the Story of Seeing “God In the Other”
By Sheryl Fullerton, ReadTheSpirit, January 2009

“ReadTheSpirit’s central mission is to help you make spiritual connections through media, so today we invited Sheryl Fullerton to share an interfaith story with us. Sheryl is a major figure in spiritual media. She’s the executive editor for spirituality and religion at Jossey-Bass, an imprint of John Wiley & Sons. We asked Sheryl how she sees interfaith work at the moment — and specifically to tell us about a book she has chosen to publish with Samir.

Pastor Creates Interfaith Church Where `Christians are not in charge’
By Nicole Neroulias, Religious News Service, October 2008

NEW YORK — “A Christian, a Jew, a Muslim, a Buddhist and an atheist walk into a prayer meeting. Any number of punch lines could follow, but the members of Faith House Manhattan have serious business in mind:….”

Seattle’s Interfaith Amigos
By Amy Frykholm, Christian Century, August 2008

“grassroots efforts have sprung up in many places.  The old-style interfaith roundtables in which academics or religious leaders gathered to discuss their theological differences in formal meetings have given way to more informal efforts.  These are often led or developed by laypeople, as in the case of the Interfaith Youth Core in Chicago, the Faith House in Manhattan, Women Transcending Boundaries in Syracuse and Daughters of Abraham in Detroit.”

Faith House Media Advisories
Launch Advisory (September 2008)

Faith House Contacts
Samir Selmanovic, Founder and President of the Board

Bowie Snodgrass, Executive Director