An Experiment In Sharing: One Building, 3 Religions
April 23, 2016
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Brookville Church in Long Island was built in 1732, it is home to a picturesque steeple, classic architecture and four, inter-faith congregations. The Muslim Reform Movement Organization, New Synagogue of Long Island and Interfaith Community of Long Island all share this tiny building. Not only do they rotate services through the space, they also blend services and support interfaith families.
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With all the bad press that the church gets in the news, most communities would benefit from seeing their faith-organizations present a united front of respect.
How can your church work with the other faith communities in your town?
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