January 23, 2019

Discussion on Yemen Feb. 4 ushers in program of Civil Discourse at Wayne State University

As they prepare to launch The Detroit Center for Civil Discourse, Wayne State University faculty members and other Detroit faith leaders welcome the public to its […]
January 18, 2019

What to Say about Water Inequity in Michigan: Useful talking points for Clergy

Water Inequity in Michigan is an Imperative Moral Issue Here are some talking points that may be useful to area clergy when addressing their congregants on this issue.
January 18, 2019

A Call for Water Justice in Detroit

Preface The Religious Leaders Forum of Metropolitan Detroit believes that access to water is a matter of human dignity and a moral concern for all. While […]
January 15, 2019

Learn about the Church of Latter-day Saints Jan. 30 in IFLC’s “Listen, Learn and Ask” lecture

          Although the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the fourth largest Christian faith in the United States, there are many misconceptions about this […]
January 9, 2019

Everyone Can Be Great – MLK Events

Though many individual houses of worship will be holding their own separate services to honor the legacy of Dr. King, IFLC here will list the larger community events as we learn of them.  Check back as this post will be updated in the days leading up to MLK weekend.  Please follow the links for more information. Troy-area Interfaith Group,Troy Police Department, and KYND (Know Your Neighbor Daily)invite you to attend a Martin […]
December 5, 2018

Hindu Chaplain Shamā Mehtā to lecture on Hindu Mysticism Monday Dec. 17

Mehta’s day-to-day work as a hospital chaplain at Beaumont Dearborn offers her many insights into reality. Whether her experiences are negative or positive ones, she says […]