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When Faith House hosted the first immersion this summer, titled “Abrahamic Manhattan,” we were honored to have BBC’s Matthew Wells covering the event, which ran on BBC Four, Sunday Sequence in Ireland, and BBC World Service.  Listen below for the story, and feel free to learn more about our immersions.

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Wednesday to Friday, July 25-27, 2012 Join our first 3-Day Faith House Immersion this summer! Abrahamic Manhattan will include visits to three different Muslim, Jewish and Christian communities in Manhattan, providing a rich sampling of Abrahamic diversity in NYC. Imagine walking the streets of New York City! But instead of trotting beaten tourists paths, you […]

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We wish you were here! So many of us are experiencing rapidly increasing religious diversity in our families, among our friends, at work, in popular culture, and civic life. Those of you who have been supporting us over the years understand this, and we here in New York wish you were here, so that we […]

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A Living Room Conversation with Rabbi Or Rose Join us as we explore various medieval and early modern Jewish mystical teachings on the festival of Passover. •How do the kabbalists understand the relationship between spiritual and physical liberation? •What do they believe is the relationship between the human being and the Divine in these processes? •How are classical […]

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Sunday, April 1, 6:30 – 9:30 PM 4th Interfaith Passover Seder led by Rabbi David Ingber and Shir Yaakov Feinstein Feit with musicians Nadav Lev and Laura Wolfe In Hurtado Hall at St. Francis Xavier Church 55 West 15th Street Btwn 5th and 6th Aves RSVP by March 28 For further questions contact Luz Diaz […]

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“Nonviolence is not inaction. It is not discussion. It is not for the timid or weak… Nonviolence is hard work. It is the willingness to sacrifice. It is the patience to win.” — Cesar Chavez Join Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb and members of the Community of Living Traditions, who are passionately engaged with current day expressions […]

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Leah Varsano interned for Faith House from June through August 2009. Last week, Leah was featured in the newsletter of Avodah: The Jewish Services Corps! She just completed a year-long commitment with Avodah following her graduation from Vassar College; the program is a year-long service corps the integrates working for social change, Jewish life, and community […]

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Thank you, Zac, for sending this! In our suburban, mostly white, mostly Christian city in southwestern Indiana, our private high school has longed for opportunities to interact with the rest of the world. We welcome the chance to study different cultures, political systems, and religions in meaningful ways. While we have a handful of Muslim, […]

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