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The Ritual Music New York Immersion in October was a wild and inspiring ride.  For a taste of how it felt to experience ritual music from within and outside of religious communities, just read below! On the Sufi zikr: It was a fantastic opportunity to experience a community and a worship service that so few […]

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Immersion Experience for Musicians, Liturgists, and Worship Leaders Join a group of thoughtful artists for a challenging three-day immersion in the rich musical diversity of New York City!  CONTACT US to learn more! What to expect: A team of skilled facilitators and long time New Yorkers will guide you through a span of concerts, music club experiences, and […]

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Dr. Balbinder Bhogal, who holds the Chair in Sikh Studies at Hoftra University, will give a presentation introducing various facets of the Sikh Way. These include the importance of genre: music, song, poetry; a textual reading and exegesis of the opening mantra and verse of the Sikh Scripture (the Guru Granth Sahib); the question of […]

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Three voices woven together, three Abrahamic faiths supporting each other, for the good of the world. Imagine! La ilaha illa ‘lla. “There is no God but God.” Make me an instrument of your peace. Where there is hated, let me sow love. From the Prayer of St. Francis Oseh shalom, bimromav. Hu ya’haseh shalom aleinu. “He […]

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Between Death & Resurrection: Where Did Jesus Go? Faith House Living Room, April 11, 2009 Follow the program online at home or feel free to adapt it for your local community. Welcome & Announcements 1st Silence – 1 Minute What does the Bible tell us?  Ephesians 4:4-10 Mark 15: 25, 33-39 1st Speaker –  Reflections […]

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~ by Bowie Snodgrass On February 26, in our regular space at Intersections, we participated in an interactive and experiential Living Room gathering, designed to introduce the Christian season of Lent to non-Christians and Christians who do not observe Lent.  Members of the community came early to help set up the space, practiced singing the […]

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~ by Bowie Snodgrass Yesterday we had a wonderful, meditative Living Room based on Advent, the season in the Christian calendar that precedes Christmas.  In American consumer culture, the Christmas shopping season begins after Thanksgiving (or even before!), but in the Christian calendar, Christmas begins on December 25 and the feast continues for twelve days.  […]

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