Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Good Neighbor Harmony Evening

Come to the Good Neighbor Harmony Evening





Join a fellowship hour with people of different faiths for World Interfaith Harmony Week
as declared by the United Nations

Monday, February 7, 2011

6:30 PM Gathering
7:00 PM Fellowship Event

Archer Rooms
Middleton Public Library
7425 Hubbard Avenue
Middleton, Wisconsin


Sponsored by Inroads Ministry
For more information, call 608-242-4244 or email, inroads@minister.com



LETTER OF SUPPORT OF WORLD INTERFAITH HARMONY WEEK - displayed at the WIHW site
JANUARY 17, 2011
268.  Rev. Fr. John Brian Paprock
http://worldinterfaithharmonyweek.com/category/letters-of-support/


Every week should be World Interfaith Harmony Week. What a wonderful opportunity to begin a week focused on harmony. As one of the founders of Interfaith Awareness Week in Wisconsin (the week of the UN Declaration of Human Rights), I can see a future where it is not strange or unusual to discuss our individual faith without fear of reprisal or ridicule with others who believe differently.


My book ”Neighbors, Strangers, and Everyone Else” deals with the complex issues of peace and harmony from an Eastern Christian perspective. (available on amazon.com)

We have just finished our 13th annual Interfaith Awareness Week and every year seems to have a life of its own. We have wondered how to extend the peaceful and harmonious vibrations that our Capitol Celebration evokes.

Locally, the Greater Madison Inter-religious Association has started an Interfaith Thanksgiving event in November.

This World Interfaith Harmony Week will be a welcome addition to our calendar of ongoing dialogue and discussion to bring the high ideals of our spiritual ancestry into fruition.

May God bless this effort and all efforts of peace and harmony throughout the world.

Country: United States
Organization: Inroads Ministry

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